Computer Science

  • Apple Expands Community Education Initiative to Over 600 Communities

    Apple Expands Community Education Initiative to Over 600 Communities

    Launched in 2019, Apple’s Community Education Initiative (CEI) has been expanded to 150 partners in 600 communities in 99 countries and regions, and all 50 states, the company announced. CEI provides access to coding, creativity, and job opportunities to students of all ages and from all backgrounds, with special focus on communities that are traditionally underrepresented in technology.

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    IBM to Co-Create Cybersecurity Leadership Centers at 20 HBCUs

    IBM is working with 20 historically Black colleges and universities across the country to help establish Cybersecurity Leadership Centers that will provide students and faculty with training and certification resources at no cost.

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    CodePath to Expand Computer Science Education in Atlanta and Chicago

    CodePath, a nonprofit focused on computer science education for students in underserved communities, recently received $1 million in funding from Google to grow its programs in Atlanta and Chicago.

  • Google announced new grants to 4-H and other nonprofits bring computer science to under-resourced students

    Computer Science in 4-H? Google Says Yes, and So Do The Students

    A large chunk of Google’s $20 million in new grants for nonprofits expanding access to computer science education will go to a group that, for those not familiar with rural student programs, might seem surprising: the National 4-H Council – but as 4-H CEO Jennifer Sirangelo points out, agriculture technology is poised to change the world, and now 4-H kids can lead the way.

  • Google announced new grants to 4-H and other nonprofits bring computer science to under-resourced students

    Google Boosts Computer Science Efforts with $20M in New Grants Targeting Rural and Urban Programs

    Google and its charitable foundation Google.org today announced new grants totaling $20 million to further efforts in expanding access to computer science education to millions more students in under-resourced communities across the country, particularly rural and urban areas.