More than 65% of students will work in jobs that don’t even exist today.¹ We want to help prepare them for that future by getting them excited about where computer science (CS) can take them. So we’re building programs and supporting partners that reach millions of students every year, with a focus on girls and others who are underrepresented in the field today.
Online activities, resources, and mentor videos to inspire teen girls to take their first step in code, and to see technology as a means to pursue their dreams.
Free course to prepare learners for jobs that require basic digital skills.
A global competition for 13-18 year olds to use science and technology to solve problems in their community.
Information about trainings, internships, and post-grad advice for students interested in careers.
Free course to prepare college students for CS careers through hands-on coding experiences.
Free, easy to use computer science curriculum for in or out of the classroom — no experience needed.
Funding for universities, colleges, and nonprofits to provide CS development for teachers.
Today, women make up just 18% of computer science degrees, down from 37% thirty years ago.²
We conduct and support research to identify strategies for improving perceptions of computer science and broaden learning opportunities for all students.
Working with innovative partners and funding organizations through Google.org to help expand access to computer science education.
The demand for computer science skills in the workforce is rapidly growing. To keep pace, we developed trainings and opportunities to help more advanced students gain computational expertise.
With Google Cloud Platform, you can learn how to build, test, and deploy applications on Google's highly-scalable and reliable infrastructure. Access documentation, training, and communities to get started.
University faculty who teach courses in computer science or related subjects can apply for free credits for students to use the full suite of Google Cloud Platform tools.
With Kaggle, you can connect with the world's largest community of data scientists and machine learning engineers, find and publish high quality data sets, and join machine learning competitions to challenge your skills.
Explore online and live courses designed to teach people to design, build, analyze, and optimize big data solutions with Google Cloud.
Catrobat is a non-profit initiative based at Graz University of Technology in Austria that aims to promote computational thinking skills among children in a fun and engaging way.
An ongoing collaboration between ALA and Google to equip library professionals with the tools and trainings they need to prepare the next generation with computer science and future skills.
Read more about the 2017 Technovation Challenge which gives young women the chance to solve real-world challenges through code. 11,000 girls from 103 countries participated in the competition.
New research offers hard data on gender disparities in film. How might the characters we see on-screen affect the roles we play in society?
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