THE 2017 CONGRESSIONAL APP CHALLENGE
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Congratulations to the 2016 CAC winners. Over 2150 students participated, and you can find the winning apps, here. #HouseOfCode, the reception held on Capitol Hill to honor the 2016 CAC winners, will take place on April 4, 2017. General RSVPs will open in the coming weeks.
2016 Congressional App Challenge Co-Chairs
Representatives Ed Royce and Seth Moulton were selected to chair the 2016 Congressional App Challenge by Internet Caucus Co-Chairs, Representatives Bob Goodlatte and Anna G. Eshoo (more). Representatives Goodlatte and Eshoo spearheaded the creation of the Challenge and co-chaired the first Challenge in 2014 (more).
We are truly grateful for the generous support of our sponsors, without whom the 2016 Congressional App Challenge would not be possible.
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 Rhianon Anderson.
The Congressional App Challenge welcomes 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 Partner FAQ, please email our Executive Director, Rhianon Anderson.
Press Release: CAC Named Semifinalist in Harvard’s 2017 Innovations in American Government Awards Competition
Congressional App Challenge Named Semifinalist in Harvard’s 2017 Innovations in American Government Awards Competition WASHINGTON, DC– The Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, recognized today the Congressional App Challenge as part of the 100 programs named as Semifinalists in this year’s Innovations in American […]