About the challenge

Welcome to Ideathon, where innovation meets competition! Our challenge is all about fostering creativity, problem-solving, and learning in a fun and competitive environment.


The Ideathon challenge is designed to encourage participants to explore new topics, push their boundaries, and come up with innovative ideas. Whether you're a high school student or a college student in the Bay Area, this is your chance to showcase your ingenuity and passion for problem-solving.

How It Works:

During the event, you'll have the opportunity to submit your most creative and groundbreaking ideas. These ideas can span across a wide range of topics, from technology and science to social issues and beyond. The challenge is open-ended, allowing you to think outside the box and present your unique vision to our judges.

Why Participate:


Ideathon is an excellent learning experience. It's a chance to delve into new subject areas and gain valuable insights.


Connect with like-minded individuals, mentors, and potential future collaborators.


The challenge runs from September 30 to October 5, giving you ample time to brainstorm, refine, and submit your ideas. Don't miss this exciting opportunity to showcase your creativity and problem-solving skills!

Join Us:

Whether you're an aspiring entrepreneur, a tech enthusiast, or just someone with a passion for innovation, we invite you to join Ideathon. Let your imagination run wild, and let's create a brighter future together!


Get Brainstorming!!!


What to Build

In the Ideathon challenge, we're not looking for finished products; we're looking for innovative ideas and concepts. Your goal is to conceptualize and present a compelling idea or solution that addresses a real-world problem or explores a novel concept.

Here's what you should aim to build:

Innovative Ideas: Think outside the box and come up with creative, groundbreaking ideas. These ideas can be related to technology, science, social issues, business, or any other field of interest.

Problem-Solving Concepts: Identify a problem or challenge and propose a unique concept or solution to address it. Your concept should be well-researched and demonstrate a deep understanding of the issue.

Clear Presentation: Build a clear and concise presentation of your idea. This could include written descriptions, visual aids, diagrams, or even prototypes, depending on the nature of your concept.

Impactful Pitch: Prepare a compelling pitch that effectively communicates the significance of your idea. Highlight the potential impact and benefits it can bring to society, industries, or individuals.

Feasibility Analysis: While we value creativity, it's also essential to consider the feasibility of your idea. Think about the practical steps required to implement it and any potential challenges you might encounter.

Passion and Enthusiasm: Show your passion for your idea. The more enthusiastic and dedicated you are, the more likely it is to resonate with our judges.


Remember, Ideathon is not just about winning; it's about the journey of exploration, learning, and sharing your vision with others. So, build your ideas with passion and conviction, and let your creativity shine!

What to Submit

To participate in Ideathon and showcase your innovative ideas, you'll need to submit a comprehensive entry that effectively communicates your concept. Here's what you should include in your submission:


Idea Description: Provide a clear and concise description of your idea or concept. Explain the problem or challenge you're addressing and how your idea offers a solution or innovation.

Presentation: Create a presentation that visually and effectively conveys your idea. This could include slides, diagrams, charts, or any other visual aids that help illustrate your concept.

Written Documentation: Include a written document that outlines the key details of your idea. This should include the problem statement, your proposed solution, the potential impact of your idea, and any relevant research or references.

Feasibility Analysis: Discuss the feasibility of your idea. Consider factors such as the technology required, potential obstacles, and any resources needed for implementation.

Market Potential: If applicable, analyze the market potential of your idea. Who is your target audience, and what is the market demand for your concept? Provide insights into how your idea could be commercialized or implemented.

Team Information: If you worked as a team, provide information about your team members, their roles, and their contributions to the idea.

Video Pitch (Optional): While not mandatory, you have the option to include a short video pitch (typically 1-2 minutes) to present your idea dynamically and engage the judges.

Additional Supporting Materials: If you have any additional materials, such as prototypes, mock-ups, or interactive demos, feel free to include them to enhance your submission.


Remember that your submission should be well-structured, engaging, and clearly convey the value and uniqueness of your idea. The more comprehensive and compelling your submission, the better your chances of impressing the judges and potentially winning the Ideathon challenge.

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Devpost Achievements

Submitting to this hackathon could earn you:


Mayolo Valencia

Mayolo Valencia
Vice President

Zakaria Kortam

Judging Criteria

  • Creativity
  • Helpfulness
  • Transformative
  • Feasibility

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