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Hertz 6th Annual Hackathon, Register by 3/15

My name is Evan and I work for the Hertz Corporation in Estero, FL. As one of the world’s leading car rental companies, we strive to break barriers in the modern technology world we live in today. Innovation is at the heart of our company. Thatis why we love to promote the education of students in computer technology, advance IT infrastructure, and corporate innovation. As one of the best computer science programs we would like to formally invite your students to apply for 6thannual Hertz Hackathon being held April 4-5th.

The Hertz Hackathon is an annual, 24-hour coding event where students compete to solve business challenges and identify innovative opportunities in the rental car industry. Contestants will have the opportunity to: showcase their skills to oursenior leadership team, learn about our vastly growing technology ventures, gain exposure for internships/jobs, meet our reputable sponsors, and have the opportunity to compete for over $15,000 worth of prizes!

 

How to be a part of the 6th annual Hertz Hackathon:

All competitors must register online and complete the mandatory entry challenge no later than our cutoff off date of March 15th. Spots are limited to the first 100 contestant (subject to entry challenge completion) and they do fill up fast!
Join us for one of our two online Hackathon informationals being held on February 12th and 19th at 3PM through WebEx. Please reach out to Nicolas.vargas@hertz.com for the WebEx link.
 

We look forward to seeing students from Purdue in attendance at this year’s Hackathon.

Last Updated: Feb 5, 2020 10:19 AM

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