When I was younger, my parents told me I could be anything when I grew up, even the President. I think parents still probably tell their kids that same thing today to encourage them to set high goals for themselves.

Of course, it also leads kids to wonder how exactly they could become President.

On Kids.gov, “How do I become President?” is the most commonly asked question. In order to help kids better understand the process of becoming President of the United States, Kids.gov is running an infographic challenge.

Both kids and adults can enter the contest by designing a poster or infographic that explains how to become President. The best overall concept will be featured on Kids.gov, printed as a poster sent to schools and libraries across the country and the designer will win $2,500.The best infographic designed by a kid will be featured on Kids.gov and the winner will receive $2,500.

The deadline to enter is Nov. 3, so you have about a month to get to work. You can find the complete rules and how to submit your entry on Challenge.gov.