It’s the #MITGate of 2020.
At least it’s a new year for students at MIT.MIT students have launched a hashtag campaign called #MITHackWeek to highlight the positive aspects of MIT’s entrepreneurship curriculum.
The hashtag, #MIThackweek, was launched on Friday by the MIT Entrepreneurs’ Society, which describes the initiative as a way to showcase the “significant impact that MIT’s entrepreneurial culture has had on the lives of its students.”MIT Hack Week is a program that allows students to apply to become a co-founder of a startup.
The program is a way for students to build the business plans of a business in the MIT ecosystem.
MIT Hack Week also includes the mentorship of MIT faculty members who provide the students with mentoring.
The hashtag was started by MIT alumni and has more than 7,000 tweets and counting.
The MIT Hackers are an unofficial group of students who are involved in the project.
“I have a ton of respect for MIT’s mission, but it’s really important that we also celebrate its amazing entrepreneurship culture,” student Adam Coker, who co-founded the group, told TechCrunch.
“It is a great example of the MIT ethos of doing things on our own terms, so I think this is really a good way to honor and celebrate the incredible impact that entrepreneurial culture at MIT has had.”
Coker is one of more than 700 students who have taken the MIT HackWeek initiative.
He said he and his fellow students are interested in creating a business plan, so the hashtag is a good place to start.
“We’re definitely going to be doing a lot of different things with the hashtag,” Coker said.
“A lot of our work will be doing what’s been coined as ‘mission-driven’ business projects, which are really, really cool projects.”MITHack Week is the latest initiative from MIT students to raise awareness about entrepreneurship at the school.
In September, students and alumni from MIT and Harvard shared the launch of a crowdfunding campaign for the creation of a $250 million scholarship fund for young people from low-income backgrounds.
The fund, named The MIT Fund, was set to launch in 2020.MITHackHackWeek aims to be a great place for students, alumni and others to share their ideas, learn about their industry and build business plans.
The campaign has also sparked discussion on the school’s campus.MIT has a diversity problem.
While the school has more African American students and more female students than most colleges, it has an overall student body of around 1,000, which is not nearly as diverse as other colleges, according to a 2016 report from the Pew Research Center.
In 2017, the school reported that it had about 1,800 students who were “at risk of poverty or were not able to afford a good quality of life.”
The school said the number of students at risk of “financial distress” increased over the last year.
Coker said he hopes that students who participate in #MITHacksWeek will see their ideas become part of the curriculum.
“The students who create these great ideas have all the power, but they have to get it out there and be supported,” he said.