Submitting a Workshop

Want to submit your own Hack Club Workshop? Here's how to do it.


Nearly every Hack Club Workshop was written and submitted by a Hack Club leader or active community member. Most were written as part of the Workshop Bounty Program, which we ran in Fall 2020 in an effort to get more workshops online for club leaders. Although we're no longer directly paying for workshops, we'd love to work with you to get more workshops online! I've pulled the workshop requirements and submission instructions out of the original Workshop Bounty announcement and copied them here.

If I can answer any questions or be helpful in any way, please feel free to DM me on Slack.

Update: I no longer work at Hack Club—for questions, please post in #leaders or DM leo@leo.

Submission requirements

How to submit

Your workshop will then be reviewed by a Hack Club staff member. We are a very small team and unfortunately can't make any guarantees around the time it will take to review your workshop, but we will get to it as soon as we can.

Because we want every workshop to be something we stand by as official curriculum for Hack Clubs, we set a high bar for quality. You may be asked to resubmit your workshop multiple times before it's ready to merge. Be prepared for constructive criticism & to make any changes to your workshop as needed.

Thanks so much for your interest in submitting a Hack Club Workshop! I'm excited to see what you come up with 🎉

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