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Celebrating Young Changemakers

The WE Day movement has had a profound impact on millions of young people across North America–mobilizing them to take action to improve their communities and the world.

Microsoft celebrates youth like Mikaila Ulmer who are using technology to do great things. Mikaila first got the idea for Me & the Bees Lemonade when she was just four years old. Now 11, she is the founder and CEO of a successful social enterprise with a mission to help save the honeybees.

Mikaila uses Microsoft technology to help run and grow her business. And she’s just getting started. She’s also learning to code so she can create an app to encourage other young entrepreneurs.

Microsoft YouthSpark gives young people like Mikaila tools and resources to learn computer science so they can use their passion to achieve more for themselves, their communities, and the world.

Know a young person ready to use technology to do more good?

Get started on the YouthSpark Hub >

Microsoft and WE Day

In 2013, Microsoft was proud to bring WE Day to the United States for the first time. We saw how WE Day and the year-long WE Schools program inspired youth to be the change they wanted to see in the world. Over the last three years, we have helped bring the movement to hundreds of thousands of students in California and Seattle.

We are proud to sponsor the national broadcast on ABC on August 28th and bring the message of WE to homes across America.

Together, Microsoft and WE are empowering a generation of young people with the resources, skills, and inspiration they need to create a more inclusive world.

Learn more about the WE Day movement >