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Congressional App Challenge

 

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Since 2015, Congressman Mario Diaz-Balart has been hosting the Congressional App Challenge. Any student in middle or high school in FL District 25 can participate, even if they’ve never coded before. 

You can check if your school is in FL District 25 by visiting this link: https://www.house.gov/representatives/find-your-representative.  

In this nationwide competition, students compete with peers in their own district by creating and exhibiting their apps for mobile, tablet, or computer devices on a platform of their choice. I encourage students of all skill levels to take the plunge and learn to create their own apps. During the open registration period, students can register by visiting the: Student Registration Portal 
 

The app can be a game, a tool--whatever they're interested in--on any platform. The app of the winning students or teams will be featured on the U.S. House of Representatives’ website (www.house.gov), and displayed in a U.S. Capitol exhibit. There is also an opportunity to win prizes. 

For more information, please visit https://www.congressionalappchallenge.us/students/. Updates will be posted on social media and website www.mariodiazbalart.house.gov
 
If you have any questions or concerns, please call my District Office at 305-470-8555 or email FL25appchallenge@mail.house.gov, and we’ll be happy to help you. For additional information on the rules and guidelines, you can also email studentsupport@congressionalappchallenge.us

Additional information about the Congressional App Challenge will be updated as it becomes available. 

2021 Winner for FL-25: Rafael Niebles for the app, PRAPP 

2020 Winner for FL-25: David Rios for the app, Remindr 

2019 Winner for FL-25: Mario and Maurizio Casamassima for the app, Cyber Slug: Know your PC 

2018 Winner for FL-25: Rachel Quijano for the app, Slimeventure

2017 Winners for FL-25: Diego Landaeta and Diego Mansilla for the app, VR Experience

2016 Winners for FL-25: Blake Anderson and William Pembleton for the app, Deepstone

2015 Winner for FL-25: Alejandrina Gonzalez Reyes for the app, Bozeman Science App