• Youth Learning Around the World

    • Our Youth Learning programs have helped 2.6 million kids get better access to technology and 21stcentury skills. As part of our commitment to building an empowered and diverse pipeline , approximately 60 percent of program participants are girls.

    • Austin

      African-American Men and Boys Harvest

      The African American Youth Harvest Foundation’s (AAYHF) Sugar CODERS, offers after school, summer camp and conference programming. Sugar CODERS breaks down economic barriers by offering free STEM summer learning opportunities.



    • Austin

      Thinkery – the New Austin Children’s Museum

      Thinkery’s EdExchange Program addresses the need for high-quality, relevant computer science and technology-centered educational experiences for underserved youth. Thinkery staff join educators in the classroom to equip and inspire the next generation of future problem solvers.

    • Austin

      Boys & Girls Clubs of Austin

      Through various curriculum sets, The Boys & Girls Clubs of the Austin Area’s (BGCAA) technology program is designed to improve club youths’ reading, writing, science, and math skills while increasing knowledge of STEM and related computer science careers.

    • San Jose

      Boys & Girls Clubs of Silicon Valley

      BGCSV offers “My.Future” which is a technology initiative designed to teach club members the technology skills needed to thrive in today’s digital world. My.Future develops 21st century skills, including critical thinking, creativity, collaboration and digital literacy.

    • California, Illinois, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Texas

      Citizen Schools

      Citizen Schools partners with middle schools to expand the learning day for underserved children in low-income communities. AmeriCorps educators and volunteer professionals from corporate and higher-education institutions teach real-world learning projects and provide academic support.

    • Round Rock

      First in Texas

      FIRST Robotics programs inspire young people to be science and technology leaders by engaging them in team robot-building competitions. They offer hands-on, mentor-based programs that allow for a safe environment to explore engineering, design, fabrication, and programming.

    • Austin


      Girls come to clubGEN to feel supported by their mentors and peers, to learn new skills, and most of all, to have fun. clubGEN includes an initiative called "GirlConnect" – the activities expose girls to 21st century and STEM skills, to best prepare them for success.

    • Dallas

      Girls Inc.

      Through Girls Inc. of Dallas technology centers, girls engage in a wide variety of ICT skill development programs to help prepare them for a college and careers in STEM.

    • Austin, Chicago, Dallas, Seattle, Silicon Valley


      Founded in Austin, in 1997, Girlstart develops and implements education and mentorship programs designed to promote girls’ early engagement and academic success in ICT/STEM.

    • GWC

      Girls Who Code

      As a national partner, Dell support GWC to provide access and opportunities for over 90,000 girls to learn and gain practical experience with computer science. Dell also hosts Girls Who Code club field trips at different locations and provides a virtual mentor opportunity.

    • Alameda CA, Bedford NH, Miami, Oklahoma City

      Girl Scouts USA

      Girl Scouts of the USA and Dell are collaborating to close the technology gap with Digital Cookie, a program enabling Girl Scouts to sell cookies to friends and family online.

    • Central Texas

      JASON Learning

      JASON Learning, in partnership with Dell and nine school districts, are boosting K12 STEM achievement to public schools in the Greater Austin metropolitan area.

    • Austin

      Keep Austin Beautiful

      Keep Austin Beautiful (KAB) offers a program called "Green Teens" which provides environmental education, inspires environmental stewardship, and promotes youth leadership in underserved Austin neighborhoods.

    • Austin

      KISS Institute of Practical Robots

      The Junior Botball Challenge – created by KISS Institute for Practical Robotics (KIPR) – provides equipment, software, curriculum and professional development to elementary educators (K-6).

    • Silicon Valley

      Peninsula Bridge

      Peninsula Bridge offers a "Explore Computer Science" curriculum which is designed to demystify Computer Science and Coding via a year-round education program.

    • Dallas

      Perot Museum of Nature and Science

      The Perot Museum’s two mobile innovation trucks bring science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM) learning into underserved neighborhoods. Powered by Dell, the trucks provide free out-of-school educational and interactive programs to children and families in low-income neighborhoods.

    • Austin

      Thinkery – the New Austin Children’s Museum

      Thinkery’s EdExchange Program addresses the need for high-quality, relevant computer science and technology-centered educational experiences for underserved youth. Thinkery staff join educators in the classroom to equip and inspire the next generation of future problem solvers.

    • Nashville

      YWCA Nashville/Girls Inc.

      Girls Inc. at YWCA Nashville and Middle Tennessee supports a spring-break camp, and summer camp for at-risk girls. YWCA provides hands-on ICT technology activities to address critical thinking, creativity, communication, and collaboration.

    • Brazil

      Junior Achievement

      At Junior Achievement, students partner with volunteers to learn leadership skills, develop a business plan, create a marketing strategy, launch a product, and write an annual report. They use Dell technology as the spring board to make this happen.

    • Colombia

      Colombia Computer Aid – Tiempo de Juego

      Colombia Computer Aid provides life skills for children and young people in vulnerable communities through sports, and cultural and recreational activities.

    • Mexico


      The Dell/UNETE project has implemented Dell technology and an ICT curriculum in 24 schools across Mexico. The project has expanded by implementing Dell technology in 291 schools to continue with the ICT curriculum.

    • Panama

      Movimiento Deportivo, Social y Nueva Generacion (MNG)

      Focused on early prevention, MNG targets young people from 4 to 18 to help them build their self-esteem and provide them with cultural, sports, and ICT tools and training. MNG now has seven community centers in the country.

    • France

      Fondation Agir Contre l’Exclusion (FACE)

      Fondation Agir Contre l’Exclusion is dedicated to developing and promoting innovative action to combat exclusion by enhancing education, training and employability. Dell works with FACE to close the gap in technology through multiple innovative projects.

    • Ireland


      Camara is an international charity that operates as a social enterprise. Camara is combining their training expertise with our technology to ensure effective Solar Powered Learning Labs deployment in Nigeria and Kenya.

    • United Kingdom

      Action for Children

      Action for Children ensures every child and young person has the love, support and opportunities they need to reach their potential. We help Action for Children ensure that vulnerable young people can access technology and successfully connect with the digital world.

    • United Kingdom

      Computer Aid International

      Computer Aid is one of the leading ICT for development (ICT4D) organization, providing low cost solutions using ICT to tackle poverty and overcome disadvantage, working closely with local communities.

    • United Kingdom

      Transformation Trust

      Transformation Trust focuses on how young people view their community and what they see as their biggest challenge. Schools taking part in the program will have access to Dell’s latest high-tech equipment for one week which will be based at the school.

    • China

      China Education Development Foundations (CEDF)

      CEDF supports 68 ICT classrooms in 15 provinces and will help Grade 3 to 6 students (9-12 years old) to learn mathematics, science, Chinese and English by leveraging the connected classrooms.

    • China

      China Youth Development Foundation (CYDF)

      CYDF has recently added eight Dell Learning Centers in vulnerable provinces, taking the total to 70 Centers in 35 cities in China. Around 10,000 students from the new schools will participate in the Scratch programming and robotic programming training initiatives to enhance students’ creativity and confidence.

    • China


      The Rural Education Action Program (REAP) is an impact evaluation organization that aims to inform sound education, health and nutrition policy in China. REAP’s goal is to help students from vulnerable communities in China enhance their human capital and overcome obstacles to education.

    • India

      The American India Foundation Trust (AIF)

      Dell is one of the largest supporters of AIF’s Digital Equalizer program to help improve pedagogy, learning outcomes and inculcate ICT skills to middle school teachers and children in government schools.

    • India

      Hope Foundation

      Through Hope Foundation, Dell provides access to learning through technology to 10,000 beneficiaries spread across Hope Schools in Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai and government schools in Telangana and Tamil Nadu.

    • India

      Humana People to People India

      Humana People to People India continues to operate the existing Dell Study Center and Necessary Teacher Training in DIET in Faridabad. The goal of these centers is to provide numeracy and literacy skills to out-of-school children, so they can enter into the mainstream educational system through government schools.

    • India

      Learning Links Foundation

      The DYL program through Learning Links Foundation will continue to support school transformation in Delhi and Telangana while working on improving learning outcomes with 30 high schools in Telangana and Tamil Nadu.

    • India


      With the help of the Dell Youth Learning grant, Literacy India enables improvement in learning outcomes through providing technology integrated learning to primary school children in 44 locations.

    • India

      Sikshana Foundation

      Sikshana Foundation’s Dell-funded Sikshana Technology Education Project (STEP) covers 414 schools in Karnataka and Maharashtra and furthers Sikshana’s mission to use technology in innovative ways to improve the process of learning and skill building in children.

    • Philippines

      Childhope Asia Philippines (CHAP)

      Childhope Asia Philippines helps homeless and poverty-stricken children by providing educational opportunities outside a traditional school setting. The Dell-funded Computer Literacy project helps 500 underprivileged street children and out-of-school youth to learn how to read, write, do math, as well as other life skills.

    • Philippines

      Children’s Joy Foundation Inc.

      CJFI will utilize the power of computer technology to increase the knowledge and skills of marginalized children and youth. At two centers in Manila, beneficiaries will enhance their information technology skills through formal and informal learning.

    • Singapore


      Movement for the Intellectually Disabled of Singapore (MIND) caters to the educational, vocational social and welfare needs of people with intellectual disabilities. Dell provides tablets, touch screen monitors and servers that help the organization provide a better learning experience.

    • Morocco


      Bayti provides technology training to disadvantaged children in four centers: a transitional center for street children and children at risk, a shelter for fostering and rehabilitation, a socio-educational and cultural center and a farm school in Kénitra.

    • Morocco

      SOS Children’s Villages

      SOS Youth Village programs provide hundreds of students with computers, and educator and student training. The programs address IT skills and overall academic support.

    • South Africa

      Christel House South Africa

      Christel House SA provides education and training — including ICT training — to hundreds of children and young people, so they can acquire the skills they need to become employable South Africans.

    • South Africa

      Sci-Bono Discovery Centre

      The Sci-Bono Discovery Centre’s goal is to promote awareness of and interest in careers in science, engineering and technology. It offers science and technology exhibitions, programs, activities and events.

    • South Africa


      The Dell Youth Learning program provides hundreds of SHAWCO’s students with access to quality teaching and gives them skills that increase their opportunities for a higher education.

    • South Africa

      Code for Change

      Code for Change is a South African non-profit organization that is building an eco-system of coding skills and digital entrepreneurs in secondary schools to help build the new South African economy.