Ensuring all youth are future ready
From basic digital literacy to advanced computer science, digital skills are often out of reach for the young people who need them most. In a world being transformed by technology, all youth should have the opportunity to develop the creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills gained by learning computer science.
We partner with nonprofits, governments, educators, and businesses to reach young people who are least likely to have access to computer science education.
When young people have access to digital skills, they can help solve the worlds greatest challenges and innovate in ways that benefit themselves, their families, and their communities.
Learn more about the gender disparity in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) and discover how to help girls stay engaged in STEM.
Learn more about the impact of computer science education, see it in action, and get started with digital skills.
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See how nonprofit organizations and communities are bringing computer science education to more young people.
Connect girls with technology careers
Five insights to help make a difference for girls and young women in STEM.
DigiGirlz gives middle and high school girls opportunities to learn about technology careers and participate in hands-on workshops.
Technology Education and Literacy in Schools (TEALS) helps prepare young people for the jobs of tomorrow.
Every young person should have access to the digital skills necessary for the jobs of tomorrow.
More than 80 percent of the young people who benefit from Microsoft YouthSpark grants come from underserved communities, and more than half are female.
A celebration of women in STEM who are changing the world and inspiring the next generation.