The annual Congressional App Challenge (CAC) presents an opportunity for students in the Sixth District to showcase their coding skills on the national stage. Every year, the CAC invites students across the country to submit an app in its annual coding competition.
The winner from the Sixth District, chosen by a panel of expert judges, will have their app featured on the CAC website. The winner from the Sixth District will also also be eligible to have their app on display for visitors of the U.S. Capitol, along with other winning apps from across the country.
The competition, open to middle and high school students, is designed to promote innovation and engagement in computer science and coding. Students that plan to participate must register online and submit their app by November 1, 2022.
As the November 1, 2022 deadline is approaching quickly, I encourage all students in the Sixth District with an interest in computer programming to design and submit an app in this annual coding competition.
To learn more about the rules and registration, visit the Congressional App Challenge page on my website.