Join a community that’ll help you launch your idea., learn web design., become an entrepreneur., produce beautiful videos., make meaning from data., launch your career.
We help you get the relevant, practical skills and experience you need to get you and your idea started.
Learn a skill.
HackCville offers free 12-week programs in everything from entrepreneurship to photography to data science. We’ll help you learn modern skills through fun, hands-on projects in a fast-paced, community-driven environment. All of our programs take place in one of our clubhouses, located across the street from the University of Virginia on the Corner.
Whatever you need help with – whether it be a personal project or the job search – we provide advising and mentorship that actually works. Our team works to personalize each student’s HackCville experience to match their needs and interests. We pair students with mentors from our alumni network of 1,000+ through our proven matching process. You’re never just a number at HackCville.
Launch your idea.
If you’ve always had an idea you’ve wanted to get off the ground, we can help you make it happen. Experienced entrepreneurs lead our workshops on how to get started, and like-minded peers and mentors can help you stay motivated and keep moving forward. And if you need to find a team member – whether it be a designer, developer, or even a co-founder – you can tap into our network of hundreds of entrepreneurial people like yourself.
“My favorite part about being involved with HackCville is the people. Everyone I meet is extremely bright, motivated, and talented. It’s refreshing and inspiring to be surrounded by such an incredible community.”
– Anna Kuno, HackCville Member
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UVA No-Affiliation Disclaimer:
Although this organization has members who are University of Virginia students and may have University employees associated or engaged in its activities and affairs, the organization is not a part of or an agency of the University. It is a separate and independent organization which is responsible for and manages its own activities and affairs. The University does not direct, supervise or control the organization and is not responsible for the organization’s contracts, acts or omissions.