Educators and nonprofit facilitators
Inspire students to channel their passion for computer science into advocacy. Help students develop self-efficacy, confidence, and leadership, all while bringing civics lessons to life. No computer science or advocacy experience is needed to facilitate this two-hour workshop.Download the facilitator's OneNote
Students and young people
If you or your friends are interested in expanding access to computer science for other young people, here are the tools to get started. See how you can make change happen locally, or even at the state and national level.
Stories that inspire us
Alka went to a STEM high school, but even there she didn’t many girls in computer science. She decided to help change girls’ attitudes about computer science and created STEM Reach where high school girls mentor middle school girls in STEM and computer science.Read more
Arianna saw that female students of color were sparse in her high school computer science courses. She planned the first annual STEM conference and attracted 500 attendees.Read more
In high school, Duncan co-founded a robotics competition team. To give more students access to the same opportunity, he began advocating for more technology in his local school district as a student representative to the school board.Read more