Chapter Competitions 2020-01-09T18:29:13-05:00

Monthly Chapter Competitions

Chapter Competitions happen throughout the school year and are a great way for your school to compete against other engaged INTERalliance Chapters.  Competitions typically happen on Saturday’s and cover a variety of topics from Software Development to Cyber Security.  Cash prizes are awarded to the top three chapters for each event.

Upcoming Competition

January 11, 2019

Challenge:  Chapters are asked to design a startup business according to the qualities of profitability, possibility, creativeness, how IT is applied, how it meets real world problem or demand, and presentation.

Previous Competition Information

October 2019

This competition will have your chapter members in teams of 5, and will compete at STEM based board game stations, in which the top 3 chapters will win a cash prize!

Challenge:  STEM based board games

October 2018

Challenge: Creating a website/app user interface (using free online mockup tools) for another club at your school. 

Prework: Talk to another club at your school and find out what solutions should be implemented in your UI mockup.

December 2018

MIT & World Economic Forum posted articles highlighting the top 10 breakthrough technologies of 2018:

https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2018/09/top-10-emerging-technologies-of-2018/

https://innovation.mit.edu/event/mit-technology-reviews-10-breakthrough-technologies-2018/

Challenge: Research any one of these technologies and create a presentation highlighting how to turn the technology into a business for profit OR a non-profit organization to improve quality of life.

March 2019

Presented by the Kroger Technology R+D Team, this competition will consist of the Kroger Tech in 2039 Challenge.

INTERalliance chapters will get to explore behind the scenes and learn about Kroger’s R+D Lab as well as get a presentation overview of R+D from the team. 

The winning team may possibly have the opportunity to fine tune their ideas and either create a presentation, website, app etc. for their ideas depending on what you create, and return to present to a group of leaders.

Other Details: NO PREWORK. All work will be done at the competition. Please bring your laptops to work on the project. Maximum of 5 students per chapter allowed to attend.

May 2019

INTERalliance chapters will get to explore Cincinnati city data to solve a problem and create a project. Details will be revealed at the competition.

Other Details: NO PREWORK. All work will be done at the competition. Please bring your laptops to work on the project. Maximum of 5 students per chapter allowed to attend.