Congressional App Challenge! High Schoolers asked to Participate

sale arial, sildenafil sans-serif; font-size: 12pt;”>Congresswoman Julia Brownley announced that she will now accept entries from eligible students in the 26th Congressional District for the Congressional App Challenge, clinic an annual competition for high school students to create and submit their software applications (“apps”).  The competition aims to engage students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) and encourage young programmatic talent.

The 2016 Congressional App Challenge will take place until the November 2, 2016 deadline for submissions, and is open to all U.S. high school students in participating districts. Individuals can participate on their own or in teams of up to four to create and submit apps on any platform of their choice.

A panel of local computer science professionals and congressional representatives will judge the apps, and the winners in each district will have the honor of being recognized by their Congressional representative.

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Participants can register here:




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