2015 Congressional App Challenge Co-Chairs
Representatives Bob Goodlatte and Anna G. Eshoo selected Representatives Mimi Walters and Hakeem Jeffries to chair the 2015 Congressional App Challenge. Representatives Goodlatte and Eshoo spearheaded the creation of the Challenge and co-chaired the first Challenge in 2014 (more).
The Congressional App Challenge always welcomes sponsors who share our mission of supporting the development of technical talent in U.S. high school students. If you are interested in sponsoring the Congressional App Challenge, please contact Pamela Strother to discuss.
The Congressional App Challenge is actively seeking partners that share our mission to expand and strengthen STEM education in our schools. We are particularly interested in connecting with those that champion STEM education within underserved communities, and with those demographics that are traditionally underrepresented in technology.
If you are interested in partnering with the Congressional App Challenge, please complete this form. If you have questions you don’t see the answer to in our FAQ, please email our CAC Executive Director, Rhianon Anderson.
For Immediate Release February 22, 2016 TEEN CODERS HONORED NATIONWIDE FOR CREATING ORIGINAL APPS IN 2015 CONGRESSIONAL APP CHALLENGE WASHINGTON, DC — Hundreds of teen coders who created winning, original apps for the 2015 Congressional App Challenge are being honored for their tech skills and creativity by Congressional representatives across the country. More than […]