Sept. 10, 2014
Entering the third year of the YouthSpark initiative, Microsoft remains committed to empowering youth to do more and achieve more.


Helping students learn through the summer
May 14
Combine learning and fun with free Microsoft YouthSpark Summer Camps, Girls Who Code, and DigiGirlz!
YouthSpark Challenge for Change winners announced
May 1
Congratulations to the five grand prize winners for their incredible social good projects.
Microsoft sponsors We Day
March 26
We’re proud to partner with Free the Children to sponsor We Day in California and Seattle for the next three years.
New YouthSpark Hub announced on We Day Seattle
March 21
On Friday, Lisa Brummel speaks to 15,000 youth to inspire social change, and Microsoft announces the new YouthSpark Hub.
Microsoft YouthSpark sponsors new ‘boot camp’ for Imagine Cup winner
March 12
YouthSpark Boot Camp will give students the guidance and insight they need to move their social-good project forward.
Microsoft employees raise $113 million for nonprofits
Feb. 18
In 2013, Microsoft employees created local and global community impact through fundraising, individual donations, and nearly 460,000 volunteer hours.
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