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Technology is being utilized in every field today and its applications are rapidly growing. In health care, innovative devices are optimizing patient data storage and utilization, disease monitoring and treatment, and breakthroughs in life-saving surgeries. In space, we are depending on a generation of robots to explore where humans cannot. In our homes, we are depending on advances in technology to operate our water, electrical, security, communication, and entertainment systems. On our roads, we depend on technology for navigation, mechanical operation, and safety checks, and now we are experimenting with introducing self-driving cars. In entertainment, blockbuster movies depend on computer graphics and tools to bring new characters to life and present us with unique animated worlds. The reality is that evolving technology is shaping our society in every way.

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“If you want to create and be a visionary, you're probably going to be working with technology in some way”

- Steph Curry, Three-time NBA Champion


“Technology is changing our world and driving our economy. We need to make sure our children have the skills necessary to innovate and compete in the 21st century. Exposure to computer science and basic programming empowers students and spurs creativity, which can unlock countless opportunities for their futures.” 

- Suzan DelBene, U.S. Congresswoman, Washington State

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“Whether you want to uncover the secrets of the universe, or you just want to pursue a career in the 21st century, basic computer programming is an essential skill to learn”.

- Stephen Hawking. Theoretical Physicist, Cosmologist & Author

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Today there are 500,000 open jobs in computing across every state and industry. These jobs represent the #1 source of new wages in the United States and this market is projected to grow at twice the rate of all others. In 10 years, over half of all US jobs are expected to be computerized, and employers will need workers that not only understand how to use technology, but how to leverage it to create and bring new ideas into the world.

Why Do We Care?


Communities Helped







While some young people may have access to the latest devices and high-speed internet, others may lack even basic internet connectivity or a computer at home. Lack of access to technology limits young people's ability to explore new ideas, pursue interests, and acquire important skills, such as coding or digital literacy, which are increasingly important in the workforce. The digital divide disproportionately affects low-income and minority youth, exacerbating existing inequalities and limiting their opportunities for social and economic mobility. Without access to technology, these young people may be left behind in the digital age, perpetuating a cycle of disadvantage that can have lifelong consequences.Addressing the digital divide is essential for creating a more equitable and inclusive society, where all young people have the opportunity to succeed and thrive.

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