Wellesley Creates 2019
Middle and high school students work together in teams to create an app to solve a problem in Wellesley. This one day event, formerly known as the CreateAthon, is organized entirely by Wellesley High School computer science students. No programing experience required; students are taught how to build an app using App Inventor. See highlights below.
This year's Wellesley Creates was held on March 16, 2019!
Stay tuned for pics and updates on the event!
2019 Wellesley Creates Sponsors
Drs. Ali and Ali
2017 CreateAthon Video
Wellesley Creates FAQ's
What is Wellesley Creates?
Wellesley Creates is best described as an event where you can learn how to build an app from scratch. You don't need any programming experience beforehand!
What should I bring?
If you can, you should bring a laptop with a charger. Everything else will be provided (food, utensils, wifi, etc.)
How many team members can I have?
Up to four members.
How are teams formed?
Teams will be formed based on the answers from the registration list. If you want to team up with someone that you know, please list that out in the application.
What if I don't have an idea for what app to design at Wellesley Creates?
Don't worry! During the workshop portion of the event, you will brainstorm with your team on how to address one of the problem statements outlined in the opening ceremony.
How can I help out with this Wellesley Creates?
You can contact the team at firstname.lastname@example.org! We are always looking for any help whether it be volunteers or food donations.