Event Details:

Time: June 1st and 2nd

Location: Impact Hub, Baltimore (10 E North Ave. Baltimore, MD 21202)

Time: 5:30pm

# of team: 10 teams 70 participants

# of problem statements: 10

# of judges: 4

Hackathon Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/hack-for-impact-baltimore-tickets-45915229688

Eventbrite: https://hack-for-impact.devpost.com

Sponsored by:

 Impact hub Baltimore, Providing the space. Fearless Solutions, University of Baltimore, Fully Grown Roadi

The Mission

Teams will submit a working prototype that can championed by one of the social change makers to implement and address a submitted problem statement.


Problem statements

A team of volunteers is hosting a hackathon at the Impact Hub in Baltimore to bring together tech innovators with social changemakers, to share ideas and develop solutions to solve or greatly improve some of the most pressing problems facing Baltimore and cities around the world.


As a community leader, we are asking you to submit a problem statement that can be selected at the event. If your problem statement is selected, there is an opportunity to work with our video team to share the story with the hackathon audience. Moreover, as a selected problem statement, you can be a mentor during the event to guide the attendees.


Categories for problem statements include:

·          Health

·         Crime

·         Transportation

·         Economic mobility

·         Housing

·         Education.


Help us bring together change makers and influencers like yourself to make Baltimore and the world a better place

Driving and Parking:

Download Roadi: Iphone and Android

$6 Parking available next door, and street parking is the best and recommended option. If you park in the parking lot next door you can pay to park till 4am the following day.

Event Start Process

Participants arrive (doors at 5:00) and settle in to Impact Hub main area for food, beverage and networking


Aaron Velky: Ortus Academy

Ope Thomas: Roadi

Programming Details – Saturday afternoon to Sunday morning

  • 10 pre-selected problem statements will be prominently displayed for attendees to view and assess in main area
  • At the program’s onset, attendees pick which question they’d like to focus on and stand in that designated area
  •  *Important  If one or a few question(s) were selected by only 1 or 2 attendees, encourage others to join them. If no one obliges, give lone attendees the option to work alone, in small group or join another team
  •  Teams have until 3:00 pm on Saturday June 2nd
  •  Presentations begin at 4:00 pm

Programming Details:

All presenting teams must be at Impact Hub Baltimore ready to present by 2pm on Saturday June 2nd

·         At 9am Saturday morning, light breakfast with coffee will be available

·         There will be mentors throughout the event helping to guide the teams through development.

·         At 12 pm, Ope and Emcee welcome everyone back for final presentations

·         Each team, picked at random, gets 5-7 minutes to explain their solution

·         Judges will have time for questions at the end of each presentation and at the

·         conclusion of the program


Required items for presentation:

·         Working prototype

·         Powerpoint presentation

·         Value proposition description

·         Go to market strategy


Conclusion of Event:


·         Judges convene for discussion and decision making

·         Attendees mingle and final networking while judges convene

·         Pick top 3 based on points system - predetermined and publicized categories



·         $500 Prize

·         Opportunity to implement solution


For more info contact:

Opeyemi Thomas