What Makes MAHacks Different

Most hackathons are for college students or professionals. MAHacks strives to expand these platforms to youth by welcoming high school students of all backgrounds in Massachusetts and beyond. Too often, however, we see projects of little use being generated at hackathons, or projects being promptly abandoned. To combat this, MAHacks features Tracks and invites industry leaders to present students with real-world problems. Through this, participants are able to tackle specific issues, and can continue their projects through our opportunities for mentorship, accelerators, and experiential learning.

Meet the Team

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Jolene Pern

Andover High School ‘20

Theo Bleier

Westborough High School ‘22

Katherine Huang

Lowell High School ‘19

Emily Tan

Medford High School ‘19

Walter Shen

Belmont High School ‘19

Aadhya Puttur

Chelmsford High School ‘19

Matthew Stanciu

West Lafayette Jr./Sr. High School ‘20

Jocelyn Pern

Andover High School ‘22


Justin Yu

Max Krieger

Edward Song

Nimish Garg

Jennifer Kim

Nina Zhang

Zhi Wei Gan

Rebekah Agwunobi

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