Congressional App Challenge
2020 Winner Kim Pham from Vista Del Lago High School, who made a social media platform designed for students and teachers to obtain and trade used or excess school supplies (video link).
Each year, I’m proud to have my office take part in the annual Congressional App Challenge. This is a great opportunity for qualifying middle school and high school students from Sacramento County to demonstrate their outstanding coding abilities.
Winning students are invited to #HouseofCode Capitol Hill Reception in Washington D.C and will receive $250 in Amazon Web Services credits! Winning apps are also eligible to be displayed in the US Capitol Building and featured on the House of Representatives’ website, House.gov
Each student or group of students who enter must follow all rules and regulations, which can be found here: https://www.congressionalappchallenge.us/students/rules/
- Code an Application
- Create a Demonstration Video
- Answer Short Essay Questions
- Register Online
- The Submission Deadline is November 1, 2019
- All applications must be the ORIGINAL work of eligible middle or high school students who reside or attend school within the 7th congressional district
- Students can participate as an individual or with a team of up to four
- Any platform can be used (i.e. PC, web, tablet, mobile, etc.)
- For More Complete Rules Go To: https://www.congressionalappchallenge.us/students/rules/
- If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call my office at (916) 635-0505 or email Ivanna.firstname.lastname@example.org
Good luck to all participants!