The Lt. Governor’s Computing Challenge requires a computing solution to address a societal issue, a written component, and a video. However, the Prototype Challenge and the Development Challenge also offer an opportunity for students to do some coding. Submission to the Prototype Challenge requires at least one working feature while submission to the Development Challenge requires a fully functioning computing solution. Coding can be done using a text-based or block-based programming language, the choice is yours! Read more about the specific requirements of each Challenge and choose the one that is best for you.