BroncoHack is a 24 hour hackathon where teams of students use their computer programming and business skills to create a program or application centered around a social issue.

BroncoHack, the OMIS Student Network's third annual hackathon, is a competition where teams of students use their computer programming and business knowledge to create a program or application in 24 hours. At the end of the competition, teams will present their solutions to a panel of judges in hopes of winning a variety of prizes.

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BroncoHack offers competitors the chance to not only build a project that is innovative in the arenas of business and technology, but one that addresses our theme of social justice. We want our participants to look at the broader impact of their work. The OMIS Student Network doesn't support the idea that technology has reached the zenith of its use when someone is willing to pay the creator for it. We want our participants to examine the social injustices that are present in our world and to try their hand at reversing them through the power of applied technology.

How to enter

 Registration is closed at this time. 



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Ray Martin
CEO & Founder / ALT

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Abhay Tewari
CEO and Founder / Sumbon

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Jens Weitzel
Founding Partner / Yabusame Partners

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Randy Zechman
CEO / Clean Solar

Judging Criteria

  • Business - Feasability
    Is the idea practical? Does it have a real world application? Would people use the app?
  • Business - Business Model
    Did the group present a viable business model? Will they be able to make money with the model?
  • Business - Market Research
    Did the group present convincing market research that supports the real world need for their application?
  • Technology - Innovation
    Is the application innovative/creative/unique?
  • Technology - Functionality
    Does the app execute successfully? Does it fulfill the requirements outlined in the presentation?
  • Technology - Technical Difficulty
    How complex is the app technically? Does it overcome any interesting technical challenges?
  • Technology - User Experience
    Is the app easy to use? Is it visually pleasing?
  • Social Justice - Addressing a Real World Problem
    Does the application/ business plan address a social justice issue?
  • Social Justice - Potential Impact
    How much impact can the application have? Will it make a meaningful impact on the social problem that it is supposed to address?