Become a Sponsor!
Connecticut is committed to ensuring that its young people have the computer science (CS) education that will enable them to be successful and competitive in today’s world. Governor Lamoont, Lieutenant Governor Susan Bysiewicz, the Connecticut State Department of Education and several informal education organizationsare dedicated to expanding CS access and making the existing CS programs more attractive to all students, particularly those who would not normally choose to pursue CS.
Connecticut is pleased to announce the Lieutenant Governor’s Computing Challenge under the theme of “Coding for Good.”During this second annual Computing Challenge, Connecticut youth in grades 3 – 12 are invited to create applications designed to spread positive messages, tackle important issues, or promote healthy habits.
Please take a moment to view the Lt. Governor’s announcement of this year’s challenge. She is joined by Dr. Miguel Cardona, CT’s Education Commissioner, who was recently nominated by President-elect Joe Biden to become our nation’s education secretary:
We hope that you will consider supporting the challenge in one of the following ways:
Gold – Join AT&T and Infosys Foundation USA in providing a gift of $10,000 or more.
Silver – gift of $5000 - $9999 Join Microsoft in providing a gift of $5,000 or more.
Bronze – gift of $1000 - $4999
Your donation will be used to assist in making this challenge a success. This includes, but is not limited to:
Developing and producing “how-to” and informational videos that encourage student participation;
Providing marketing and advertisement of the challenge; and
Providing recognitions for participants.
Donors will be acknowledged in all publicity as a way of thanking you for helping to ensure that the challenge reaches and benefits all students in the state – especially those populations that are under-represented in STEM..
To learn more about the challenge and its structure, we invite you to visit
To find out how your gift can help inspire the next generation of computer scientists, contact:
Girl Scouts of Connecticut
(800) 922-2770, ext. 3018