TechTogether’s hackathon season is powered by our national partners. These companies believe in our mission and have continued to play a critical role in expanding TechTogether’s global impact on the hackathon community.
Interested in working with us? Read all about our partnership opportunities.
TechTogether has worked with over a hundred companies since 2017 through our hackathon sponsorship program. Through this program, our organization helps your company build brand awareness, recruit untapped talent, and evangelize your product at one of our many hackathons.
Event sponsorship opportunities for our 2021-2022 hackathon season will become available starting July 1st, 2021 for TechTogether Boston, New York, Seattle, Atlanta, Chicago, and Miami. This year, TechTogether is projected to serve over 3k+ hackers through our annual hackathons.
Interested in becoming a hackathon sponsor? Request more information.
Google, Facebook, Pegasystems, NCR Corp., Emerson, Boston University, Dell Technologies, Slalom_Build, Two Sigma, MathWorks, Blue Cross Blue Shield, Hack+, Red Hat, IBM Research, Wayfair, Atlassian, Balsamiq, Girls Who Code, Vistaprint, Capital One, Built by Girls, Women Who Code, Major League Hacking, Samsonite, Liberty Mutual, Sticker Mule, Two Sigma, CBRE, Bloomberg, Northeastern University Khoury College of Computer Sciences, General Catalyst, Armored Things, String & Loop, and more.
TechTogether’s Community Partner program is designed for mission-aligned organizations with an interest in supporting TechTogether’s mission of improving the gender diversity of the hackathon community. As a member of the program, TechTogether provides these organizations with free access to benefits that will help them evangelize their mission and support their community.