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Change the world. Stay in STEM.

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Find the cure

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Be the solution

When we encourage girls to pursue science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM), we double the potential to solve problems. If she stays in STEM, she could be the one to change the world.

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Pursue your passion

See how girls' interests today could turn into a job of the future. We’re inviting girls to explore their passions further and gain insights from LinkedIn on how to make their dream job a reality.

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Learn

Learn more about STEM careers and computer science and Make What’s Next.

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Try an Hour of Code

Create art, games, stories, emoji, animations and more in one hour.

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Explore YouthSpark Camps

Join us at a Microsoft Store for free, hands-on learning experiences on the latest technology.

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Attend a DigiGirlz Day

Meet women working in technology at Microsoft and explore careers in high-tech.

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Teach

Bring STEM into your classroom to teach critical thinking, problem solving and collaboration skills needed for success in today’s world.

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Introduce students to coding

20% more high school girls liked computer science after doing an Hour of Code. Learn how to teach it in your classroom.

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Engage students in STEM

Explore educator-focused professional development, ready-to-go lessons, and other STEM-focused resources.

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Instruct students

Find free, ready-made online computer science courses for youth ages 4 and up.

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Take computer science offline

Discover free learning activities that teach computer science without a computer. For students of all ages.

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Advocate

Find out how you can help ensure all youth have access to computer science education.

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Promote computer science for all

Learn how you can help bring computer science education to your country, state, region or school district.

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Be a role model

As a female engineer or programmer, you can be a role model for girls around the world. Inspire others as a Skype guest speaker.

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Bring computer science to your school

If your high school does not offer rigorous computer science courses, TEALS can help start and sustain a CS program.

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Explore digital skills resources designed to help provide access to computer science education for all youth.

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YouthSpark Stars

Read the stories of young people making a difference in their communities.

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Patent Program

On March 7, 2016, Microsoft launched the #MakeWhatsNext Patent Program and provided four teams of inventors with guidance to gain provisional patents. Check back soon for more information on the teams.

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