Learn more about the Scratch Sustainability Summit.
A coding challenge unlike any other.
The Scratch Sustainability Summit, also known as SSS, is a yearly coding summit hosted by the Applied Computing Foundation, an organization dedicated to empowering students through coding, and Innova-Nation, an organization that aims to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs, innovators, and leaders in sustainability.
SSS is centered around using Scratch, a visual programming language, to help students conceptualize, design, and execute sustainability-themed games. Through SSS we aim to foster a global community of young impact makers and inspire Gen-Z coders to think creatively about environmental issues and to envision innovative solutions. Learn more here.
Join us online - October 20, 2023
SSS will be held virtually via Zoom, allowing participants from all around the world to join us. Discord will play a significant role in facilitating communication leading up to and after SSS. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students must submit the following:
SSS will be eligible for students (studying between grades 5 - 9) or homeschooled equivalent students to participate. Participation is individual.
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