Winning App Designed by Local Middle or High School Student Will Be Showcased at U.S. Capitol for One Year
WASHINGTON – U.S. Rep. Jackie Walorski (R-Ind.) today announced the 2020 Congressional App Challenge and invited middle and high school students throughout Indiana’s 2nd District to submit their original app by Monday, October 19th. Details for interested students can be found below.
“Our nation’s future will be driven by a creative and innovative workforce, and I know the next generation of Hoosiers will be leading the way,” Congresswoman Walorski said. “The Congressional App Challenge is an incredible opportunity for local students to showcase the STEM skills and programming talent that will keep America at the forefront of technological development. I encourage 2nd District middle and high school students of all coding levels to participate, and I can’t wait to see what they come up with!”
Entering the App Challenge
Interested students should register online by Thursday, September 10th. The deadline for final submissions for the 2020 Congressional App Challenge is Monday, October 19th. Information about submitting an app, including rules and guidelines and key dates can be found here.
The winning submission will be eligible to be featured on display in the U.S. Capitol Building, on the House of Representatives website, and on the Congressional App Challenge website alongside winning apps from other congressional districts nationwide.
Walorski represents the 2nd Congressional District of Indiana, serving as a member of the House Ways and Means Committee.