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 Saturdays and cover a variety of topics from software development to cybersecurity. Cash prizes are awarded to the top three chapters for each event.

Next Competition

No Competitions Upcoming!

No chapter competitions are upcoming! Schools should focus on the Chapter Showcase at TechOlympics 2024.

Previous Competitions

Most Recent Competition | January 2024

The January Chapter Competition focused on empowering communities.

December 2023

Prompt: Create a robot design to assist in a current issue in the medical field or to help a patient’s condition.
Utilize 3D modeling techniques as well as coding techniques (language of your choice) to develop a functioning solution. For instance, you can model a product design and then code a C++ program that takes in random cortisol levels and gives the user exercise recommendations to manage their cortisol levels. Teams worked solo or with teammates from your school (no limit on number of teammates).

November 12, 2023

Prompt: INTERalliance held a Sustainability focused Chapter Competition on November 12.

April 16, 2023

Prompt: Develop a business plan and pitch for a startup!

March 25, 2023

Prompt: Create a promotional video advertising your INTERalliance Chapter to new members. Include graphics and music. The video should be no longer than 2 minutes. Bonus points if you can have the video center around next year’s TechOlympics’ theme: “Empower”!

January 29, 2023

Prompt: Web development gives you the ability to express your ideas creatively while simultaneously providing value to a company. Overall employment of web developers and digital designers is projected to grow 23 percent from 2021 to 2031, much faster than the average for all occupations. In this month's competition, Chapters will be tasked with picking a random product and developing an effective web design with a clear marketing strategy!

December 4, 2022

Prompt: From sports, to music, to technology, data is at the forefront of every corner of our world. The ability to unlock insights and make decisions from this information has become an invaluable skill set across nearly every industry. At this month's Chapter Competition, Chapters will be tasked with deriving these very insights from a dataset and presenting it to a set of judges.The first place Chapter for this competition will receive $250, second place will receive $200, and third place will receive $100!

November 26, 2022

Prompt: Develop a game that brings awareness to a social issue that you care about!

March 13, 2022

Prompt: getWITit needs a new image! The organization is looking to deploy a new logo that is representative of its mission and its members. The organization would like to stay in line with the brand kit, but the logo has to go! Using whatever digital, creative tool your team prefers, create a new logo. Teams will have access to members of the getWITit National Board and the getWITit Chapter Marketing Teams to discuss their ideas and to ask questions.

January 15, 2022

Prompt: getWITit needs a new image! The organization is looking to deploy a new logo that is representative of its mission and its members. The organization would like to stay in line with the brand kit, but the logo has to go! Using whatever digital, creative tool your team prefers, create a new logo. Teams will have access to members of the getWITit National Board and the getWITit Chapter Marketing Teams to discuss their ideas and to ask questions.

November 21, 2021

Prompt: Create and design a piece of assistive technology (or improve upon an already existing piece of technology) respective to your assigned disability that aids in their everyday functional capabilities.

October 24, 2021

Prompt: Escape the Breakout Room is played on a computer, using zoom. You’ll need to have your name displayed and audio enabled. Video is encouraged, but not required. During play, the goal is to be the first team to solve all puzzles correctly. The first team to solve all puzzles and return to the main zoom room first wins. Play will be led and moderated by a volunteer who will lead you through the puzzles and tell you when you get it right or wrong. Hints will be available for some challenges, should participants need them. However, should there be a tie/close call, the winner may be decided based off of the team who used the least hints. Players are encouraged to use any research methods they have available. Google, pencil and paper, books, etc. are all fair game.

April 11, 2021

Prompt: Identify a problem using data from the CincyInsights Website and create a presentation that illustrates the data and your solution. You will present to a board of qualified judges who may constructively critique or provide feedback on your presentation. Presentations will be limited to 15 minutes with no penalty for going under this limit. You will be judged on the quality of your data, the quality of your solution, and the professionalism of your presentation.

November 14, 2020

Prompt: Create a video promotion for TechOlympics 2021: Illuminate. The video should be less than one minute long, and chapters should create their videos ahead of time. Any music, photos, or videos in your submission must be copyright-free.