Without Apps for Good our girls would not have accessed so many opportunities. Trips to Spotify, volunteers from LEGO coming in to work with them, having them pitch to industry professionals and learn about AI, Machine Learning and real world computing.
We co-created a branded course for Vodafone’s cross-curricular schools competition, and delivered workshops for disadvantaged young people with Vodafone volunteers.
We have partnered with Spotify to test exciting new programmes such as our fantastic in-person workshop format, online hangouts between industry and schools, and user experience days.
BNY Mellon's generous support across our entire mission has helped us to create regional events and workshops in communities that need access to digital skills the most.
LEGO have co-created content with Apps for Good for three years. We’ve worked together to incorporate excellent LEGO educational materials into our programmes.
Venture capital firm Eight Roads have worked with us to identify older students with the potential to go a long way in a diverse and inclusive technology industry.
EPAM’s expertise has helped us devise a scalable video conferencing strategy for industry engagement, helping volunteers reach more students in remote communities.
We’re thrilled to be able to support young people using digital and creative skills to solve real world problems. We think collaboration, creativity and problem solving are key skills for the future and that’s why we’re partnering with Apps for Good.