HackATL is one of the most prominent hackathons in the Southeast organized by Emory Entrepreneurship & Venture Management (EEVM), a student-run club that aims to create a community for students who wish to pursue entrepreneurship at Emory and beyond.
This year, HackATL encourages all hackers, hustlers, and hipsters to delve into the world of entrepreneurship and take a stand on the world’s most pressing issues. For HackATL 2019, we want you to come up with innovative solutions to promote social progress by tackling social and environmental issues. We want you to create a way to change the world for the better—whether it be curbing income inequality, fostering the production of sustainable fashion, or enhancing medical literacy. HackATL 2019 nurtures next generation entrepreneurship innovations and solutions from the brightest minds in the Southeast.
In the past, we have seen over 400 students from all over the country come together to solve our most pressing problems.
How your help impacts HackATL
Your contribution will provide opportunities for entrepreneurs to help change the world.
These funds will allow us to provide a completely free experience so our participants have access to resources such as accelerators, mentorship, and workshops. With these resources, Emory students will be equipped to enter the realm of entrepreneurship. Ultimately, we hope that HackATL challenges our participants to build a sustainable business model that will meet the demands of the current market.