Congressional App Challenge
Calling all middle and high school innovators in Minnesota's Second Congressional District! We want you to design an innovative app for the Congressional App Challenge.
The Congressional App Challenge was started in Congress in 2015 and provides students with the opportunity to showcase their talents in tech and coding while highlighting the importance of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education in our schools. MN-02’s winner will have their app featured on the Congressional App Challenge website, displayed in the U.S. Capitol and on house.gov. This competition is open to all students who meet the eligibility requirements, regardless of coding experience. We strongly encourage students of all skill levels to participate, enabling them to learn how to create their own apps. Students are encouraged to register online by September 1st.
Am I eligible to compete?
The Congressional App Challenge is open to all middle and high school students living or attending school in Minnesota’s Second Congressional District
Students may compete individually or in teams of up to four
Students must be in middle or high school at the time of app submission
Students may compete in the district they reside or in the district they attend school
If competing as a team, at least two of the students must be eligible in the district in which they are participating
More information here.
What comes next?
Register online now
Submit your app and supporting materials by November 1, 2021
Winners are announced on December 1, 2021
What should I create?
How do I register?
Once you have an idea and your final list of teammates, if you plan to compete as a team, you can register online here to reserve your space. Once you are registered, lookout for an email about how to submit your final app and other important details.
Still have questions?
Consult the Congressional App Challenge website
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