The Congressional App Challenge

Congratulations to the 2017 winners!

Teens For Political Action AZ
by Lily Castle, Katherine Katsenes, Katherine Thomas, and Emily Conn
Arizona, District 9
Teens For Political Action AZ by Lily Castle, Katherine Katsenes, Katherine Thomas, and Emily Conn
Hack Club
by Lachlan Campbell
Pennsylvania, District 5
Hack Club by Lachlan Campbell
Smart Sleeve
by Rachel Naidich, Rebecca Woodhouse, Matthew Trang and Ish Sethi
Virginia, District 11
Smart Sleeve by Rachel Naidich, Rebecca Woodhouse, Matthew Trang and Ish Sethi
Eating Green
by Liakadja Whitesell, Hannah Tamagni, and Nishi Gupta
New Jersey, District 2
Eating Green by Liakadja Whitesell, Hannah Tamagni, and Nishi Gupta

The Congressional App Challenge
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Important: Participation in the contest is at the discretion of each Member office. Please visit the Congressional App Challenge website to confirm your district's participation and obtain guidance on entry guidelines and other details.

About the Competition

The Congressional App Challenge is designed to engage student creativity and encourage their participation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education fields. This nationwide event allows high school students from across the country to compete against their peers 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 sponsored by the Internet Education Foundation (IEF), which assists offices in hosting the challenges in their individual districts. Those interested in participating should visit the Congressional App Challenge website for more details.