Kids.gov challenged kids to create a poster that explains how to become President of the United States.

Kids.gov is frequently asked, “How can I become the President when I grow up?” Help answer this question by creating an infographic or a poster that explains the process.

The winners will be featured on Kids.gov and the Best Overall Infographic will be printed as posters and distributed to schools and libraries across the country.

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Judges

Ali Felski

Ali Felski

Nicholas Felton

Nicholas Felton

Arlene Hernandez

Arlene Hernandez
Manager of Kids.gov

Sarah Slobin

Sarah Slobin

Mike Wirth

Mike Wirth

Judging Criteria

  • Accuracy
    Solutions will be judged based on details of the election process as outlined on Kids.gov’s How Do I Become President page.
  • Clarity
    Solutions will be evaluated on the expression of the process and overall aesthetic of the infographic.
  • Age-Appropriate
    Solutions must be understandable to kids ages 8-10.

How to enter

Use the information from the Kids.gov's How Do I Become President page to create a poster that explains how to become the President of the United States. It doesn't matter how you create the poster, as long as you can upload a digital version. If you're a kid, ask an adult for help.

If you are 13-17 years old, you must have your parent or legal guardian complete the Consent Form and return a signed and scanned copy to kids.challenge@gsa.gov or fax it to 202-501-4281. Your entry will not be visible to the public until you return the completed form.

If you are under 13 years old, ask your parent or legal guardian to register to use the site for you. Your parent or legal guardian must complete the Consent Form and return a signed and scanned copy to kids.challenge@gsa.gov or fax it to 202-501-4281. Your entry will not be visible to the public until you return the completed form.