Partners and grantees
To expand computer science education and help all students develop future skills, we partner directly with innovative organizations and support nonprofits through Google.org.
Expanding access for students
4-H National Council
Leadership learning for youth through hands-on projects in science, agriculture, citizenship, and more.
American Library Association (ALA)
Preparing library professionals to help students learn technical skills.
Anita Borg Institute
A nonprofit organization working to recruit, retain, and advance women in technology.
Black Girls Code
An organization providing girls of color with opportunities to build skills in computer science and technology.
Boys and Girls Clubs of America
An organization providing after-school programs to set up young people for success.
A nonprofit dedicated to expanding access to computer science for underrepresented students.
An initiative to cultivate the next generation of Black and Latino tech leaders.
Girl Scouts of the USA
An organization that builds girls of courage, confidence, and character, who make the world a better place.
Girls Who Code
Free after-school and summer programs to equip girls with computing skills.
Level Playing Field Institute
Programs to eliminate the barriers and bias in STEM and foster underrepresented talent.
MIT App Inventor
An introduction to programming and app creation that simplifies the complex language of coding.
National Center for Women and Information Technology (NCWIT)
A nonprofit network working to increase women’s participation in computing.
National Girls Collaborative Project
A program uniting U.S. organizations committed to encouraging girls to pursue careers in STEM.
A free visual programming language developed by the MIT Media Lab.
A global technology entrepreneurship program for girls.
Helping prepare educators
Computer Science Teachers Association (CSTA)
A world-wide membership organization supporting K-12 educators teaching computer science.
A nonprofit that connects donors to classrooms and educators in need of tools and experiences.
Materials designed to retain underrepresented college students in computing education.
Exploring Computational Thinking
K–12 lessons and resources on computational thinking, including an online course for teachers.
Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
A nonprofit working to reduce stereotyping and create diverse female roles in media.
A sequence of activities built with Blockly to teach beginner coders the basics of programming.