CodeBoola is a one day “learnathon” for high school students held by the YHack team, which organizes the annual Yale hackathon. During the day, students will participate in a series of workshops tailored for their experience level and taught by current Yale students, focusing on web design, programming, and entrepreneurship. Through these workshops, students are introduced to computer science concepts, build upon their teamwork skills, and gain fundamentals towards a STEM based education.
Frequently Asked Questions
Any high school student is eligible to attend, including both students with and without programming experience.
It is completely free!
We don't have a registration deadline, but spots are filling up quickly. So we encourage you to register as soon as possible!
We will be hosting a continental breakfast, and a hearty lunch along with healthy snacks throughout the event.
A laptop, a photo ID, and a signed copy of one of these forms (18 and Over, Under 18). If you cannot bring a laptop, let us know on the application form and we will try our best to make accommodations.
No, we will not be providing funding for travel.
CodeBoola is for students only.