Partners and grantees

To expand computer science education and help all students develop future skills, we partner directly with innovative organisations and support non-profits through Google.org.

Expanding access for students

4-H National Council

Leadership learning for youth through hands-on projects in STEM, agriculture, citizenship and more.

American Library Association (ALA)

Providing leadership for library professionals to ensure access to information for all.

Anita Borg Institute

A non-profit organisation working to recruit, retain and advance women in technology.

Black Girls Code

Providing girls of colour with opportunities to build CS skills with a focus on leadership.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America

An organisation providing after-school programmes to set up young people for success.

Code.org

A non-profit dedicated to expanding access to computer science for under-represented students.

Code Next

An initiative to cultivate the next generation of Black and Latino tech leaders.

Girls Who Code

Free after-school and summer programmes to equip girls with computing skills.

Level Playing Field Institute

Programming to eliminate barriers and bias in STEM education and foster under-represented talent.

MIT App Inventor

A free, online tool that allows novices to build mobile apps that can affect their world.

National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT)

A non-profit working to increase girls’ and women’s meaningful participation in computing.

National Girls Collaborative Project

A programme uniting US organisations committed to encouraging girls to pursue careers in STEM.

Scratch

A free programming language and the largest creative coding community for kids.

Technovation

A global technology and entrepreneurship program for girls aged 10 to 18.

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