What we're about

Hack Augusta is a non-profit 501(c)3 established in December 2012. Our mission is to inspire ideas, build companies, and create community by connecting learners and leaders in technology, business, and design.

We operate theClubhou.se, a hackerspace/makerspace/coworking space/business incubator located in the Historic Old Academy of Richmond County at 540 Telfair St., Augusta, GA 30901.

We offer over 100 events and classes per year, primarily through our website http://theclubhou.se

Events include regular community based hackathons, large scale multi-city hackathons such as International Space Apps Challenge, and National Day of Civic Hacking, conferences such as TEDxAugusta and Web Afternoon Augusta, monthly lunch and learns, weekly networking/show and tell events such Beer and Bytes, and weekly startup mentoring through Founders Circle.

theClubhou.se and Hack Augusta are volunteer led with one employee to assist in building management and program coordination. Our organizations derives its revenues from the following sources. 1/3 individual and corporate memberships, 1/3 from unrestricted donations and sponsorships, 1/3 from event income.

The vast majority of our programs and events are free to the public and as such account for roughly 1/2 of all organizational expenses. Membership in theClubhou.se starts at $20/month and includes access to workspace, tools, and mentors.

Upcoming events (5+)

Augusta Developer Code Jam

theClubhou.se @ Georgia Cyber Center

AD is throwing down with a good ole fashioned Code Jam! Break out your elastic mind and show up with nimble fingers. Share what you have to offer in the comments below. Thank you to the sponsor of this meetup, PostMark (https://postmarkapp.com)! We will have pizza for all!

AFCEA Small Business Round Table

theClubhou.se @ Georgia Cyber Center

Join us for AFCEA Small Business Roundtable discussion. With the TechNet 2019 conference just around the corner, we will provide an update of items for this year’s conference to include an overview of scheduled events, Small Business efforts and engagements, volunteer opportunities and more!

Code Boot Camp Study Hall

theClubhou.se @ Georgia Cyber Center

theClubhou.se is opening up the code boot camp curriculum to the public! Our students are eager to introduce topics on web development. This month they will share how to get started and a little bit about HTML & CSS. Created as a space where our students can have an opportunity to build relationships with developers and future developers in the community, this study hall is open to the public. n00bs are encouraged and experts are appreciated!

1 Million Cups Augusta at theClubhou.se

Georgia Cyber Center Hull Mcknight Building

theClubhou.se hosts 1 Million Cups to Educate, Connect Local Entrepreneurs! Deep Blue Aquatics [https://www.deepbluemermaid.com] and Soul(tre) [https://www.soultrenaturalproducts.com] are presenting this month! This free, monthly program developed by the Kauffman Foundation helps build startup communities nationwide. Augusta is one of the newest homes of the national program to engage, educate, and connect local entrepreneurs. 1 Million Cups — based on the notion that entrepreneurs network and discover solutions over a million cups of coffee — is a free monthly gathering that helps to build startup communities on a grassroots level. Entrepreneurs, innovators, funders and other interested community members are invited to attend the first Wednesday of each month from 8 to 9 a.m. at theClubhou.se, located at 1 11th Street (100 Grace Hopper Lane) in downtown Augusta. The program’s model is consistent in each city: One Wednesday a month, two early-stage startups present their companies to an audience of mentors, advisors and other entrepreneurs. Each founder presents for six minutes, followed by a 20-minute question-and-answer session with the audience. 1 Million Cups in Augusta is currently accepting any business less than five years old that wants to present to the audience. Each company will be videotaped and have the opportunity to present at other 1 Million Cups across the country. Visit: http://www.1millioncups.com/ Based on the notion that entrepreneurs discover solutions and network over a million cups of coffee, the Kauffman Foundation developed 1 Million Cups - a free program designed to educate, engage, and connect entrepreneurs with their communities. Check out the 1 Million Cups website to learn more about the overall program: http://www.1millioncups.com/about

Past events (509)

Agile Augusta: Free Agility Health Clinic

theClubhou.se @ Georgia Cyber Center

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