Thank you to Congressional App Challenge for having me as an intern this year! It was lovely working with the team in-person. Attending #HouseOfCode again this year but from an entirely different perspective as a volunteer was also an amazing … Continue reading Organizing #HouseOfCode in Washington D.C.
https://twitter.com/kaylayleung/status/938863429766574085 CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE 2017 @CongressionalAC WINNERS! This is a WIN, WIN, WIN for everyone across the US. See list of winners at https://t.co/naeuimBx6H 🏆 pic.twitter.com/nihYEGJ8V4 — Cong. App Challenge (@CongressionalAC) December 7, 2017 Link to 2017 Congressional App … Continue reading 2017 Winners Congressional App Challenge!
The App Challenge submission deadline was November 1st and since then we’ve been hard at work going through submissions, getting in touch with judges, and preparing for the big winner announcements Dec. 7th during #CSEdWeek! From preliminary statistics this year, … Continue reading Congressional App Challenge: Nov Update Doubling Last Year Stats
https://twitter.com/kaylayleung/status/920337873055993856 There’s a new article on American Libraries’ site with 30,000+ readers ft. the Congressional App Challenge and my community work with hosting library coding workshops written by Rachel Décoste, Director of the Congressional App Challenge. https://americanlibrariesmagazine.org/blogs/the-scoop/libraries-fill-app-gap-congressional-app-challenge/ Libraries Fill the App … Continue reading Featured in Libraries Fill the App Gap | American Libraries Magazine
Proud to see that a NJ student is an alumni of @CongressionalAC. Thanks @Rachel_Decoste and @RepDonaldPayne #NJDOE #CSforAll pic.twitter.com/LhHQLLjEJH — Esther Lewars, Ed.S. (@estherlewars) October 17, 2017 https://twitter.com/kaylayleung/status/920329983754752000 Our very own @Rachel_Decoste will be spotlighted at #CSforAll! Livestream to start … Continue reading Featured at #CSforALL Summit 2017 with Congressional App Challenge
Here’s int information on the Congressional App Challenge Meetups that I will be hosting at the East Brunswick Public Library to prepare students for competing in the Challenge and are as posted. More information on each workshop can be found … Continue reading Congressional App Challenge Meetups at East Brunswick Public Library
I just started working as the only high school intern with Internet Education Foundation in Washington D.C., the official coordinator of the Congressional App Challenge! The Internet Education Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supported by public interest groups, corporations, and associations representative of the diversity of the Internet community. The IEF Mission is to: Assure informed policymaking on Internet-related issues within both government and the private sector Promote the Internet as a valuable medium for democratic participation, communications, and commerce Encourage coalitions of corporations, industry associations, and public interest groups to work together on addressing important Internet-related policy issues … Continue reading New Intern at Congressional App Challenge