Creative informatics for the innovators of tomorrow
Investing in our future with creative and sustainable encouragement for youth. We inspire pupils with informatics.
The course is made for creative and curious talents who are between 12 and 15 years old.
hack an app in Bern
26.09. - 29.09.2016 from 9 am to 4 pm, Thursday until 3 pm.
The course is held on the premises of ti&m at Monbijoustrasse 68 (5. OG) in Bern.
hack an app at the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne
3.10. - 6.10.2016 from 9 am to 4 pm, Thursday until 3 pm.
The course is held in the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne.
Investing in our future
Supporting young talent is as firmly embedded in our values as our belief in the future and sustainability. Our hack an app project week aims to show children and young people how exciting and diverse IT can be. Today, hack an app is an established vocational development programme that inspires schools and pupils alike.
Find out in a hack an app projectweek just what computer science is all about. Develop, design and program your own app – in just four days! Supported by IT experts, you’ll be hacking from the first day, creating your own solutions for a car racing game or getting to know the internet of things together with your classmates or colleagues of the same age.
NEW: hack an app for managers
Our newly launched course "hack an app for managers" is aimed at executives with or without IT experience. Apart from the coding basics, the 2-day course among other things also teaches design, agile methods, the Internet of Things.
Download the detailed course module descriptions here (German only):
„Today, I have taken part in a hack an app course with my executives. It was really great, thank you!“
Andreas Maier, CIO AXA Winterthur
Promoting IT across Switzerland.
We offer hack an app in schools as a project week, and in companies we offer courses for employees’ children. In addition, individual students who are interested in the project can attend the courses in Altstetten or Bern sponsored by ti&m. New to the program is the project week hack an app @FHNW, which will be held on the FHNW School of Engineering campus in Brugg-Windisch.
„I really wanted to be a businessman; being a computer scientist was my second choice. Now I can’t quite decide whether I want to be a businessman or a computer scientist because I liked it so much.“
Akademien der Wissenschaften Schweiz
Promoting youths’ interest in IT in the longterm.
We are currently looking for partners who can help us show even more young people the exciting opportunities open to them in the world of ICT. We offer a wide range of collaboration options:
Main sponsorship for regions
Individual sponsorship for a city or school
Individual sponsorship for the children of a company’s staff
Co-project work with customers / payment in kind
If your company is interested in supporting this, please get in touch with our contact.