Join Us for a Multidisciplinary Hackathon to Fix Congress

April 14, 2015

Millennial Action Project is excited to co-sponsor #Hack4Congress DC, an innovative, multidisciplinary hackathon co-hosted by the Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center and the OpenGov Foundation. 

Millennial Action Project is excited to co-sponsor #Hack4Congress DC, an innovative, multidisciplinary hackathon co-hosted by the Harvard Kennedy School Ash Center and the OpenGov Foundation

#Hack4Congress, a series of “not-just-for-technologists” events, brings together political scientists, technologists, designers, lawyers, researchers, Congressional staffers, and lawmakers to create new digital tools, policy innovations, and other solutions to address the dysfunction in Congress.  

We look forward to seeing what young political thinkers and technology experts can achieve when they work together to tackle issues like “campaign finance reform,” “facilitating cross-partisan dialogue,” and “modernizing congressional participation.” 

Register for #Hack4Congress DC here.

There will be a total of three #Hack4Congress events. The first took place at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government in January; the second was March 21-22 at Code for America’s headquarters in San Francisco; and the third will take place in DC, April 29-May 1, at Google’s new headquarters. The winning team from each event will come to DC to present their ideas to members of Congress and their staff.  

Event details: #Hack4Congress DC

When: April 29-May 1, 2015

Where: Panel discussion and reception on April 29 at Microsoft Innovation & Policy Center, 901 K Street NW, 11th Floor, Washington, DC 20001

Two days of hacking at Google DC, 25 Massachusetts Avenue NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20001

Registration: Will be free, but the event is limited to 100 people. Claim your spot today.


Rep. Sara Jacobs


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