New documentary explains how millions of kids are being denied technology, and a future.
Today nine middle and high school teams from across the country were awarded top prizes in the fifth annual Verizon Innovative Learning app challenge.
Verizon is helping to support the 10th annual National Parks BioBlitz and Biodiversity Festival Event in Washington D.C. to engage students, scientists and the general public.
She is only in eighth grade, but as of this week, Raina Johnson can add “app developer” to her list of accomplishments.
A group of six middle schoolers attended the White House Science Fair for their mobile app AutBuddy, designed to help kids on the autism spectrum.
Verizon Foundation funds new after-school robotics program at Joseph Stilwell Military Academy of Leadership that has become an instant hit among students.
Verizon announces the expansion of the Minority Make Makers program to an additional seven HBCUs and one Hispanic-serving institution.
Hundreds of minority middle school boys go to college campuses to be exposed to technology.
Engineer Darron Lamkin has partnered with the Verizon Foundation to help thousands of urban teens through the Class Matters program.
A group of undergrads at Philadelphia University has been working to develop a shirt with wearable technology in collaboration with the Verizon Emerging Technologies team.