The annual Congressional App Challenge is a fantastic way for middle school and high school students to explore and sharpen their coding and computer-based skills, which could prepare them for potential careers in STEM fields. Hosted each year by the Congressional Internet Caucus, the challenge promotes innovation, engagement and excellence in computer science through student development of an application (“app”). I am delighted to invite eligible students from the Fourth District of Oklahoma to participate in this year’s contest.
How to Enter
Those interested in entering this year’s competition should carefully review the forms linked below. All entries must be original in concept, design and execution and will be judged and selected by a local panel of relevant experts.
While students participating in this year’s challenge are encouraged to register online by September 10, the final deadline for entries is 12:00 p.m. ET on October 19, 2020.
The submissions portal is now open and students can register to participate at congressionalappchallenge.us. Questions can be directed to StudentSupport@CongressionalAppChallenge.us or by calling Cole’s office at (405) 329-6500.
Background on the Congressional App Challenge
More information is available at congressionalappchallenge.us.