Due to the volume of applications, we unfortunately won’t be able to personally respond to each applicant.
The first group was selected in January 2018, and our next evaluation is planned for the end of the year.
Requirements for Challenge Council Members
Creativity and passion for promoting learning computer programming!
Brainstorming contest ideas for KACP learners of all levels is going to take a lot of thinking outside the box. You’ll be regularly coming up with engaging, challenging, and rewarding projects for community members to work on.
Consistent contributions to the KACP section in the form of answering questions, contributing to discussions, and completing project evaluations.
Council members need to be highly familiar with the KACP platform and community and have experience supporting the community.
Availability to meet with other Council members to create and carry out contest launches each month.
Creating contests will take a bit of time, and it’s important that Council members be available to connect with each other in order to create fun, well thought-out contests that will benefit the whole KACP community.
A record free of any bans or repeated bad behavior, such as plagiarism, vote soliciting, or spamming for at least six months.
Council members should be aware of what constitutes good behavior according to KA guidelines so they can set a good example for others and demonstrate good judgement when helping the community.