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Project eReboot Computer Building Challenge
September 15 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
Do you like taking things apart and putting them back together? Have some computer skills? Want to build a working computer from recycled components? Then join MAGIC and e-End Secure Data Destruction & Electronics Recycling for our first ever Build Challenge. This free event is for high school students grade 9-12 in teams of 2-3 people.
Challenge level: Beginner to Intermediate skill level with some understanding of computer components and Linux OS
Due to a near apocalyptic event, the human population has been in hiding for many months from the Zombie hordes. You are part of a small team who has emerged to search for other survivors.
Working cell phone are non-existent, Google is gone! However, your team has learned from emergency transmissions on a HAM radio that other survivors are working to re-establish communications with humanity as quickly as possible.
Your team has found an abandoned building with a working electric generator and a Wi-Fi connection that may have internet connectivity. There are no working computers in the building, but you have located a room filled with old computer components. Can your team establish communications with the other survivors by using the pile of parts to create a working computer, and gain access to external resources for necessary information that will help humanity survive?
Space for this event is limited so register today.
For additional information or questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Registration allows you to register your team all at once, and a required team name must match for each team member.
Please make sure the participation waiver is reviewed and signed by a parent for each person registering.