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Apps for good Awards

Submit entries by 24 April 2020!

The annual Awards in London recognises top student teams from across the UK. Teams build and submit mobile apps, IoT devices and machine learning models to solve a problem that matters to them.

Code Club

A global network of free coding clubs for 9–13 year olds

Code Club supports schools and teachers nationwide to run free coding clubs for 9- to 13-year-olds.

Design Cub

Run design thinking projects with children.

Set up an extracurricular design club and use design thinking resources to help young people design, prototype and test their ideas

 

 

Girls Who Code

Coding clubs for girls aged 11-18.

Free extracurricular programs for girls ages 11-18 that teach participants about Computer Science (CS) in a fun and safe environment.

TechnoCamps

Note: Wales only

Hands-on computing workshops to inspire, motivate and engage young people.

Vodafone Digital Creators Challenge

Open again for entries in September 2020.

The Digital Creators Challenge is a cross-curricular competition invites your students (aged 11-14) in teams of up to five to create and design an app to improve lives in their community.

Teens in AI

Exists to inspire the next generation of AI researchers, entrepreneurs and leaders

Through a combination of hackathons, accelerators, bootcamps and expert mentoring, the program creates the platform for young people aged 12-18 to explore AI, machine learning, and data science.

 

 

The Global Problem Solvers

Designed to demystify technology and explore the Internet of Things (IoT)

Leveraging an engaging combination of animated stories and activities, the program helps educators introduce students to important skills like complex problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, people management, and coordinating with others.

STEMettes

A social enterprise working across the UK & Ireland and beyond

To inspire the next generation of females into STEM fields by showing them the amazing women already in STEM via a series of panel events, hackathons, exhibitions, and mentoring schemes.