Free classes at Microsoft Stores help kids and educators learn to code, create art, and tell stories using the latest technologies.
Hour of Code
Students can learn how to code and fuel their passion to create amazing things like games, apps, and emojis in about an hour.
Skype in the Classroom
Invite a computer scientist, game developer, or scientist into your classroom via Skype.
Girls Who Code
Free after-school programs for 6-12th grade girls to use computer science to impact their community and join a sisterhood of supportive peers and role models.
Watch the Code Trip video series from Roadtrip Nation and meet three students who prove you don’t have to fit the mold to make it in tech.
CS Youth Advocacy Workshop and Kit
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.
Computer science advocacy student guide
Students interested in advocating for computer science, whether on a local or national level, can utilize these resources to help influence change.
Explore Microsoft internship, job, and scholarship opportunities for students interested in technology and computer science careers.
DigiGirlz gives middle and high school girls opportunities to learn about careers in technology, connect with Microsoft employees, and participate in hands-on workshops.