Major League Hacking 2024 Hackathon Season


10 Years of


February 24-25, 2024
In-person event, RIT SHED

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What is a Hackathon?

A hackathon is an invention marathon. BrickHack is a 24-hour in-person hackathon that is completely free and open to any university student.

Apply to come spend February 24th and 25th, 2024 with us to learn, collaborate, build, and innovate! Expect food, swag, mentorship, and timeless brick-laden memories!


Register an account via our application system to apply to BrickHack today! Applications will close by Wednesday, February 21st.

If your application is accepted, you will receive an email from our team with more information.

You must be 18+ and a current university student to apply. Applications and event attendance are completely free.


At BrickHack, students compete individually or in teams of 2-4 to build anything they want. You could make an app, a website, a game, a design, or any other form of interactive media!
The possibilities are endless.

No experience is required; we provide mentors to help you along the way!

Last year's BrickHack 9 in numbers:


in prizes






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Showing events for:

Saturday, February 24th

Sunday, February 25th

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Frequently Asked Questions

Don't see your question here? Feel free to contact us

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BrickHack X will be a fully in-person experience for all students!

BrickHack X will be held at RIT's campus, in the SHED.

Directions can be found here!

We'll provide meals and snacks during the hacking period. If you have dietary restrictions, we'll do our best to accommodate them!

In addition to the learning opportunities, mentorship, swag, prizes, and food, BrickHack is a great place to meet other passionate and enthusiastic hackers from around the world!

You can also network with our sponsors and learn more about their internship opportunities.

No. You can start thinking of ideas beforehand, but no work can be done!

(No designs, no UML diagrams, no code, etc.)


Every application is considered on a first-come, first-serve basis. So register early! We'll send an email out if you're accepted.

This year, we'll have mentors from various tech companies available to help, as well as other hackers who can volunteer their knowledge throughout the event.

During the opening ceremony, we'll go over how to request help from a mentor!

We've got you covered.


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This year, we'll have 6 BrickHack prize categories for you to work towards, plus more from our partners! Projects can be submitted to different event and sponsor prize categories, but everyone learns and wins at BrickHack! More info can be found on the BrickHack X Devpost.


Feel free to let us know of any questions, comments, and/or concerns at

Interested in joining our team?
Check out our club!

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Meet the Team

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SJ Miller

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Charles von Goins II

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Mason Gardner

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Caitlin Tak-Nguyen

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Heather Shields

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Renee Bogdany

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Lance Cordova

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William Li

Building the Future, One Brick at a Time