Helping all students explore, advance, and succeed with the technical skills of the future

Learning digital skills and computer science helps students thrive in a rapidly changing world. It's our goal to make sure everyone has access to the collaborative, coding, and technical skills that can unlock opportunities in the classroom and beyond.

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  • Computer Science
  • Digital Skills

Computer science opens up possibilities for every student

Educators give their students confidence in computer science (CS), advance their computational thinking skills, and prepare them for the future.

  • We're invested in making education more equitable for students in all communities. Our products and programs aim to address disparities in CS education, especially for students from historically underrepresented communities, and to help equip teachers with computer science resources to prepare their students for their futures.

Google has committed over $240 million to closing computer science education equity gaps.

  • We work alongside communities to close CS education equity gaps, supporting innovative organizations like Scratch, The Hidden Genius Project and CodePath to help all students learn computer science and digital skills, working toward tech-based careers.

Mildred Johnson

As a fifth-grade science and social studies teacher at North Salisbury Elementary School in Salisbury, Maryland, Mildred uses Google’s free computer science curriculum, CS First, to empower her students to create and share engaging class projects.

Organizations we support

To expand computer science education and help students, especially those in marginalized communities, develop future skills, we partner directly with innovative organizations and support non-profits through funding.

  • Code Path
  • CODE
  • HHHH
  • CSTA
  • ECEP
  • Hidden genius project
  • Scratch Foundation
  • Kapor Center
  • Tech Corps
  • AI Education Project
  • LastMile Education Fund
  • CSforAll

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Computer Science Products and Programs

From history to literature to current events, help students build practical computer science skills as they learn and create. Also, introduce them to new experiences and opportunities to advance their skills.

CS First

CS First is a free computer science curriculum for students ages 9-14 that makes coding easy to teach and fun to learn. Students learn collaboration and core computer science concepts as they create their own projects. Educators lead the way with easy-to-use lesson plans, tutorials, activities, and resources.

Get Started with CS First

Code Next

Code Next is a free, computer science education program that meets Black, Latinx and Indigenous high school students in their own communities, and provides the skills and inspiration they need for rewarding careers in computer science-related fields. Code Next reaches 3k+ students per year through an online program and physical labs; nearly 90% of recent 12th grade participants are now majoring in STEM fields.

Learn more about Code Next

Computer Science Scholarships

Since 2004, We have awarded over $22 million in scholarships to 3,200 recipients across 150 colleges and universities. Our scholarship programs aim to support Black, Latinx, Indigenous, Women, Vets and students with disabilities studying computer science.

See scholarship opportunities

Community Partnerships

For over 15 years, Google has equipped schools, educators, and students with resources to learn and teach computer science and digital skills, and we’re committed to working alongside communities to close CS education equity gaps. Since 2013, we have donated over $90 million to CS education-focused non-profit organizations.

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Making digital skills training accessible to communities across the U.S.

The job market is changing, and employers are looking for skills that many students aren’t yet confident in.

By 2030, 9 out of 10 jobs will require digital skills. We believe that every student in every school deserves to have access to the tools and skills that will set them up for success in the job market of today--and tomorrow. We’re making digital skills resources accessible to more teachers, so students can develop job-ready skills to jump-start careers in fast-growing fields.

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About Google Career Certificates

Google Career Certificates are available in the fields of cybersecurity, data analytics, digital marketing & e-commerce, IT support, project management, and user experience (UX) design and get learners job ready within a semester.

Designed by Google

The certificates are developed and taught by Google employees with decades of experience in these fields.

Top employers provide input to the curriculum to ensure we are teaching the skills they are hiring for.

ACE®️ recommended

Data analytics, IT support, project management and UX design certificates have credit recommendations from the American Council on Education (ACE®️)1 of up to 15 college credits.2

A path to in-demand jobs

Practice-based training on the latest industry products and tools prepare learners for a job at any company.

Google Career Certificate graduates will also receive resume and job interview resources and can connect with top employers who are interested in hiring them.

Focused on economic mobility

We're proud that 75% of certificate graduates report a positive career outcome (e.g., new job, promotion, or raise) within six months of completion, and that 55% identify as Asian, Black, or Latino.3

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