Magic Events

Upcoming Events

Ambassador Workshop

Calling all Students with an interest in technology and/or entrepreneurship, MAGIC is hosting a new series of workshops and we want you to be part of it!  This summer we're holding 3 free student "workshops".  We want to create a environment for students to meet on a consistent basis and have the opportunity to learn […]

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Arduino Boot Camp

Arduino is an open-source electronic prototyping platform that allows users to build interactive electronic gadgets. This hands-on Arduino Bootcamp is for beginners! It will get you started working with Arduinos. We will take you through several projects to build your confidence in working with Arduino, the basic programming necessary to use them, as well as […]

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Past Events

Capture the Flag 005: Ethical Hacking, Cybersecurity Competition

CTF 005 is an entry level cybersecurity competition for high school and college students competing at locations across the US! No experience is necessary. Just an interest in cool technology. Participants will use hacking tools to solve puzzles and earn points. Coaches will be available.   Schedule (all EDT, adjust accordingly for local time) 11:00am […]

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Hack & Sip 003

Hack & Sip 003 Friday, March 2, 2018 7:00 PM 9:30 PM Ting Makerspace: Westminster MAGIC invites you to attend our third Hack & Sip on Friday, March 2, 2018 from 7:00pm-9:30pm. Join us for tech experiences, wine tasting, mind-blowing innovation, gourmet snacks & dessert, fun people, and more! $75 per individual / $125 per […]

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Carroll County Hackathon Weekend

From idea to app in a weekend. Teams of high school and college students will gather on Friday, February 23th at 6pm to kick off Carroll County's second hackathon. The experience will culminate with demos and pitches on the afternoon of Sunday, Februrary 26th. Top teams will receive prizes and recognition for their accomplishments. The weekend […]

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Carroll County Hackathon Workshop

This is your opportunity to find out how to build an app that could change the world or maybe just change Carroll County in a weekend. The Carroll County Hackathon experience is for high school and college students. It begins with a half-day Hackathon Workshop. This workshop, led by industry experts, will teach you how […]

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Hack and Sip

Cyber security self-defense class meets a wine & cheese party. More details coming soon...

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Capture the Flag: Ethical Hacking, Cyber Security Competition

Location information:  Community Media Center - 1301 Washington Rd., Westminster, MD 21157 Imagination Station Science & History Museum- 224 Nash Street Northeast, Wilson, NC 27893 C. Burr Artz Library 110 E Patrick ST, Frederick, MD 21701 in the STEM Lab on the 2nd floor of the building Washington County Free Library- 100 S Potomac St., Hagerstown, MD […]

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Capture the Flag: Ethical Hacking Cyber Security Competition

OVERVIEW Entry level cybersecurity competition using hacking tools to solve puzzles and earn points. The team with the most points when the bell rings wins! NO PRIOR EXPERIENCE NECESSARY All you need to compete is an interest in cool technology, passion for learning new skills, and a desire to prepare for a technology career. Register […]

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Demo Day

OVERVIEW Join us to help local tech companies win. On Wednesday, March 22nd we will be gathering at the Community Media Center to see local entrepreneurs demo their tech. These companies may be small, but they are making a big impact. You'll be amazed. No sales pitches. Just demos and some good old fashioned question and […]

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Carroll County Hackathon Weekend

From idea to app in a weekend. Teams will gather on Friday, February 24th at 6pm to kick off Carroll County's first hackathon. The experience will culminate with demos and pitches on the afternoon of Sunday, Februrary 26th. Top teams will receive prizes and recognition for their accomplishments. The weekend will be tough, but incredibly rewarding. […]

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