July 29 at GitHub HQ in San FranciscoRegistration is closed 🌂
Field Day brings together a group of student leaders for a day of conversation in the form of lightning talks, discussions, games, or whatever suits the topic best. The main theme of Field Day revolves around how our summer internships can be beneficial to our respective communities at home.
Justin Johnson is a community builder and product manager at Keen IO. He is an active open source software community organizer and has over 10 years of experience working with startups as a founder, employee, investor, and advisor. He doesn't have any pets and you can find him online as @elof on all the things.
|Registration Opens & Light Breakfast|
|Welcome to Field Day|
|Keynote: Building Community is Investing in the Future|
|Icebreaker to get to know each other|
|Dinner & Social|
Field Day is for student leaders of technical communities all around the world who are currently in the Bay Area for internships or similar summer activities. Most attendees will be undergraduate students.
A student leader is someone who's actively involved in improving their local technical community. They might be the president or chairperson of their school's tech club or be one of the organizers of the annual hackathon. They might run the student hardware group or be actively involved in introducing other students to programming.
A loosely structured conference emphasizing the informal exchange of information and ideas between participants (to quote the Google definition). Most content at Field Day will be in the form of lightning talks and discussions conducted by attendees.
This event does have a focus on the Bay Area, but you're welcome to make your own way to San Francisco and join us! Also keep an eye on your inbox for emails from GitHub Education. There's more to come!
We'll get back to you soon! You'll receive an email, where you can claim your ticket.
Field Day is free to attend!
Yes! We'll have a light breakfast, and a full lunch and dinner! You will not go hungry.
Field Day is organized by full time students/current interns on the GitHub Education team.