• Solar Learning Labs

    The power of one idea
    to change the world

    • I had no idea what I wanted to study … I got my inspiration from the Solar Lab at my school. It gave me the love for technology, and I developed an interest to study information technology.

      –Kgothatso Nkwana, Student at Waverly Girls School in South Africa
    • Solar Labs are symbols of inclusivity and opportunity

      Many Solar Labs are decorated by local artists, expressing themes of the power of education, hope for the future, and pride in their communities and cultures.

    • I don’t know how robots work, I want to find out how you make them, and maybe study robotics at university.

      –Verónica, Mexico City
    • News and resources

    • Driving Digital Access for the One and the One Billion

    • Get involved

    • News on Solar Lab launches

    • Essential Resources

      More about Solar Learning Labs

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      Solar Labs Infographic

      Fun, informative illustration of a lab. Great for sharing.

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      Thank-You Video

      Kids at the Bokamoso School in South Africa love their lab! Thanks to our nonprofit partners Code for Change and CodeJIKA.

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      Computer Aid Overview

      In-depth overview of the Solar Learning Labs program from Computer Aid.

    • Learn more about our progress

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      FY21 Progress Made Real Report

      In our second report on our social impact plan for 2030, we focus on thoroughly explaining methodologies and data that show our progress toward our 2030 goals.

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      Developing a more diverse workforce with STEM

      We’re committed to providing the building blocks of tomorrow’s digital workforce, regardless of race, gender, or ability.