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ServiceNow Partners with HBCU CONNECT to Offer $60,000 In Prize Money for HBCU Students & Recent Grads In Upcoming Hackathon!

ServiceNow Partners with HBCU CONNECT to Offer $60,000 In Prize Money for HBCU Students & Recent Grads In Upcoming Hackathon!
Posted By: Will Moss on December 12, 2021

Looking to network, boost your resume, learn an in-demand skill set, and compete for the chance to win $40,000 dollars?

ServiceNow is partnering with HBCU CONNECT to host a 6-week, part time Virtual Learning Experience + Hackathon.

Who can Participate?

Current students and recent graduates (all majors, and up to 2 years post-graduation) from Black and Latinx communities.

How to Participate?

There will be a simple two step process to participate.


  1. Register to Attend Our Info Session
    The first step will be to register using the form on this page to attend our official kickoff event and Info Session!

    WHO:
    Current students and recent graduates (all classes, all majors, and up to 2 years post-graduation) from Black and Latinx communities.

    WHAT:
    A special info Session hosted by ServiceNow and HBCU CONNECT where we’ll explain the details of the Hackathon and answer all your questions. You'll also be able to sign up for the Hackathon live during the event!

    WHEN: Tuesday, January 11th, 2022 from 3pm PST, 6pm EST.

    WHERE:


    Register for the INFO SESSION Now!



  2. Register to Participate In The 6 Week Hackathon
    Once you are sure that you'd like to participate and compete in the $40,000 cash prize Hackathon, register using the link below and look out for full details from the ServiceNow team.

    View full details on the hackathon on our event landing page.

    Hackathon Participants Can Also Land Internships and Full-Time Jobs with ServiceNow!
    The purpose of this event is to expose diverse students and recent grads to ServiceNow, new technologies, and new people such that you learn in a fun environment and potentially land significant prize money, jobs or internships as a result of this experience.

    Sign up for the info session today!



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