See how Microsoft YouthSpark has helped young women who are already changing the world and can give you the tools to #makewhatsnext.
They’re not just playing video games, they’re making them.
After learning how to code at age 5, she’s teaching the rest of the world how to.
How a high school dropout became a designer and web developer.
Since discovering her own passion for programming, she has been helping others find theirs.
No obstacle is too big to keep her from pursuing her dream of becoming a programmer.
Microsoft YouthSpark gives young people the tools and training to express themselves through computer science. YouthSpark programs and resources can help you build digital skills and learn computational thinking and problem-solving skills that will help you today and in your future.
YouthSpark Camps get kids of all ages coding, creating games and apps, and having a blast in the process. It’s all part of computer science. Find a YouthSpark Camp at a Microsoft Store
This YouthSpark program gives middle and high school girls opportunities to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on computer and technology workshops. Attend a DigiGirlz Day
Check out the YouthSpark Hub for free programs and resources to explore how learning computer science can help you go further. Get started today
Did you know that women hold only 7% of patents and only 15% of all inventors in the United States are women? On March 7, 2016 Microsoft launched a Patent Program focused on inviting select female inventors to receive support in patenting their ideas.