The 2016 Appreneur Scholarship Award
All over the world high school, college, and graduate students have been masterfully creating apps that are on the cutting edge of today’s mobile technology. For the third year, the Kay Family Foundation is now seeking entries for the global Appreneur Scholar award, a scholarship competition designed to recognize the creative efforts of student “appreneurs.”
Two deserving apps creators will receive $5,000 to help them pursue their studies and refine their apps. Winners are recognized during the Mobile Apps Showdown and TransformingEDU Summit on January 8, 2016 at the International CES in Las Vegas. We encourage educators to help spread the word to any high school or college student “appreneurs” and ask them to enter this unique competition.
Meet the 2015 Appreneur Scholarship Winners
This year’s winners, Zach Burmeister and Brooke Martin, set a new bar for creativity and eloquence in both their programming skills and their acceptance speeches. Read More