To provide an enabling environment that encourages full and inclusive participation of youth in technology and innovation.
To introduce more than 100,000 students to coding and Computer Science by the year 2021.
Computer Science opens more doors for students than any other discipline in today’s wHowever, only 24% of computer scientists are women in the world today. In India there are more than 3 million computer programmers We believe that every senior secondary student should have the opportunity to learn computer science. It helps nurture problem-solving skills, logic and creativity.
Computing is where the jobs are – and where they will be in the future.
#CodeForFuture serves to convene, unite and strengthen voices speaking out for full and inclusive participation of young people in tech and innovation around the world and it will focus on three key pillars: convene, collaborate and code. The campaign comes at a historic and pivotal moment for youth globally as the world’s attention is drawn to the growing importance of innovation for shaping the future.
CodeForFuture is a 2-week curriculum aimed at teaching coding to underserved youth in urban and rural areas. Edunet will onboard corporate partners who will provide technology, equipment's, mentoring and tools. Students are required to create a real world project such as art, storytelling, robotics, games, web sites, and apps. All students who complete the curriculum will receive career guidance and career readiness training from Edunet fellows and volunteers