Application must be submitted by April 12, 2019
Technological change and shifts in job roles are transforming the demand for skills at a faster pace than ever before.More than 65% of students will work in jobs that don’t even exist today.
As part of Google’s commitment to help 1 million Europeans find a job or grow their business by 2020, Google wants to prepare today’s students for that future by getting them excited about where computer science can take them. This year, Google is happy to be involved in Europe Code Week again to support efforts that inspire students to use technology and advance their computational thinking skills, with a focus on girls and others currently underrepresented in the field.
This program is open to not-for-profit organizations and schools only.
You can apply on this website.
Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis, and must be received by April 12, 2019.
Criteria for consideration:
- Must be a registered not-for-profit or school (*schools may require additional legal approval).
- Event must take place or start during Europe Code Week 2019.
- Initiative must target students who are new to computer science, and include a minimum of 2h of hands-on computer science learning activities.
- Funding cannot be used solely for purchasing hardware (tablets, phones, robotics, etc).
- Recipients agree to share follow up metrics information.
Preference will be given to initiatives that:
- Focus on in-depth and continuous learning experiences.
- Involve partnerships and collaboration with schools, libraries or organizations in the local area.
- Target girls, underrepresented minorities, socioeconomically disadvantaged, and special needs students.
- Reach 500+ students.
For any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing about your projects!
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