Congressional App Challenge

The Congressional App Challenge (CAC) is a competition for  students, high school or below, to engage their creativity and participate in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education fields. This competition is a nationwide event that allows students from across the country to engage in the fields of coding and computer science by creating and exhibiting their software application, or “app,” for mobile, tablet, or computer devices on a platform of their choice.

The “Congressional App Challenge” is open to all students, high school or below, in Oregon's Third Congressional District. Students entering the competition must submit by November 1, 2017 as well as provide a YouTube or VIMEO video demo explaining their app and what they learned through this competition process.

 

Can I Participate?

Any student in a participating district, in high school or below, can compete. Individuals submitting on behalf of teams must meet the eligibility requirements for individual contestants.

 

To Register

To enter, the student must first register here. Students will have until November 1, 2017 to register and submit their app. After registration, there is a few days gap until students can submit their app. Please take this wait into consideration and register early. All entries must be an original in concept, design and execution.

Read more about how to participate and register for the Congressional App Challenge here.

 

Winners

2016

Students: Marley Bennett and Juliette Coia

App Name: fooDonate

School: Woodrow Wilson High School

 

Resources

CAC Resources for Teachers and Schools

CAC Resources for Students

 

If you have any questions about the Congressional App Challenge, please contact Mariah Wildgen at (503) 231-2300 or mariah.wildgen@mail.house.gov.

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