TEALS provides students across the country with computer science curriculum that helps them build a solid foundation of computational thinking, problem solving, and programming. To take the next step, TEALS is dedicated to helping students identify opportunities to apply that knowledge and experience first-hand how technology can play a role in their future education and career. Explore and discover a range of student opportunities in computer science and technology.
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Eligibility Requirements: This innovative event will help promote STEM, Coding and Computer Science across the country. The CRCC competition, open to all middle schools, is a virtual robotics competition that gives students the opportunity to experience coding and robotics first hand. The gamified competition platform (CoderZ) is an exciting way to get students to learn problem solving, computational logic and the fundamentals of computer science and engineering.
The competition is online and accessible to a much broader set of students than traditional competitions and will recognize inclusiveness and diversity as well as coding skills. Our objective is to get as many teachers and students involved as possible.
The event kicks off on October 9th with a Webinar for educators. Access to the software will be provided and teachers will also get guidance on how to work with their students.
The online competition events take place starting Oct 15th.
Program Date(s): Awards delegated in both Spring and Fall
Application Deadline: January 31 (Spring); July 31 (Fall) – occurs twice yearly
Age/Grades: Eighteen years of age or older
Cost: no cost to apply
Eligibility Requirements: This $2,500 scholarship is a way for Redfin to help one student on his or her journey through higher education. We’ve received applications from across the country including San Diego, Las Vegas, Chicago and Miami!
Legal U.S. resident
Eighteen years of age or older
Graduating high school senior or current freshman, sophomore, or junior in college attending an accredited university or college
Cumulative, unweighted GPA of 3.5 or above on a 4.0 scale
Application Deadline: 11/2/2018
Eligibility Requirements: Tell us about a student, educator, school, district, or organization that has achieved something in computer science this past year for the opportunity to be recognized as a 2018 Champion of Computer Science.
Those selected will be awarded a trip to Seattle, WA to be recognized on stage at the kickoff of CSEdWeek. The awards event is a collaboration between the CSTA and Code.org. This opportunity is only available for US submissions.
Nominate a student, your school, yourself, your district, after-school club, an organization (e.g., non-profit, national service organization), etc… the point is to celebrate computer science!
Application Deadline: 11/23/2018
Program Location: Submissions are reviewed by district
Program Date(s): Competition submissions close October 15, 2018 at noon EST
Application Deadline: Submissions accepted from June 4 – October 15. Try to register before September 10, 2018 (registration indicates your intent to compete). Early registration significantly increases the chances for a successful challenge.
Age/Grades: must be a middle or high school student who has not graduated
Cost: no cost to apply.
Eligibility Requirements: AGE:
Students must be in middle school or high school at the time of submission. Students may not participate after having graduated high school.
Students are only allowed to compete in a Congressional District which is hosting a Challenge. Students may compete in either the district in which they reside, or the district in which they attend school. Participants may compete only in one single district.
Students can compete as individuals, or in teams of up to four (4) students.
Any team with more than four (4) students is not eligible to compete.
At least two teammates on any team must live or attend school in the same Congressional District.
Students may submit any app they’ve created within the last calendar year, as long as the app meets the submission requirements.
ONE ENTRY PER PERSON PER YEAR:
Students may only submit ONE app.
The Challenge is subject to all applicable U.S. federal laws and regulations. Participation constitutes entrant’s full and unconditional agreement to the Official Rules.
TIME KEEPING: T
he Director’s computer is the official timekeeping device for this Competition.
Program Location: varies by program
Program Date(s): Available throughout the calendar year
Application Deadline: ongoing – depends on program
Age/Grades: High school through graduate level students
Cost: Free to apply
Eligibility Requirements: NASA internships are available to high school through graduate level students attending full-time accredited programs appropriate to the NASA internship opportunity for which they receive an offer. U.S. citizenship is required for most internship opportunities. Select opportunities are also open to citizens from countries participating in the NASA International Internship (I^2) Program. Applicants must be enrolled full-time in a degree-granting course of study appropriate to NASA’s long-term professional workforce needs. College-level interns must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent. While NASA Internships are available to students in a wide-variety of majors ranging from business to science and engineering, individual internship opportunities will target specific disciplines. Applicants have the opportunity to browse and selectively apply for specific internship opportunities once their application is complete.