EOS collaborates with school districts & high schools increasing equitable enrollment in Advanced Placement (AP) and International Baccalaureate (IB) classes, so more students can excel. Equal Opportunity Schools’ mission is to ensure that students of color and low-income students have equitable access to America’s most academically intense high school programs and succeed at the highest levels.
Beyond 12 is increasing the number of low-income, first-generation, and historically under-represented students who graduate from college. In partnership with high schools and colleges, our technology platform and our coaches together provide students with the academic, social, and emotional support they need to succeed in higher education and in life.
Code the Dream offers free intensive training in software development to people from diverse low-income backgrounds. In CTD Labs, our coders work with experienced mentors to hone those skills by building apps and technology platforms for a range of startups, nonprofits and government clients.
Millions of Americans are locked out of better jobs simply because they lack a four-year degree. Yet these workers have skills that companies desperately need – skills they developed through military service, in training programs, at community colleges, on the job, or through other alternatives to college.
Footprint exists to create a healthier planet by focusing on reducing or eliminating plastic use and pollution through the development and manufacturing of revolutionary technologies. Footprint has the widest range of product offerings to eliminate single-use plastics. They offer compostable food packaging for frozen food, quick service, and more. Footprint can develop the solution you need!
Our vision is to inspire entrepreneurs worldwide to drive positive impact and change through artificial intelligence, data sciences and sustainable models to address systemic social issues. Giving Tech Labs creates technology and sustainability models to deliver results in a sector which has been largely ignored by technologists.