Verizon Foundation

High school students participate in Arizona State University and the Verizon Foundation Innovation through Design Thinking Program
11.21.2017

Verizon Innovative Learning expands program enabling high school students to develop technology solutions for local small business using design thinking principles.

Watch Video about 2017 New York Film Festival screening of Without a Net - The Digital Divide in America
10.18.2017

Moviegoers react to the New York Film Festival screening of ‘Without a Net - The Digital Divide in America”

Watch Video Without A Net: The Digital Divide In America - Official Trailer
09.26.2017

New documentary explains how millions of kids are being denied technology, and a future.

02.16.2017

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 helps connect thousands of students to nature at Washington, D.C., area national parks during BioBlitz 2016
05.20.2016

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.

Helping to open doors to a career in STEM
05.17.2016

She is only in eighth grade, but as of this week, Raina Johnson can add “app developer” to her list of accomplishments.

Middle schoolers get high praise (and high fives!) for app that helps kids with autism
04.28.2016

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.

These Middle Schoolers are Building Their Own Roving Robot Mascot
04.27.2016

Verizon Foundation funds new after-school robotics program at Joseph Stilwell Military Academy of Leadership that has become an instant hit among students.

Summer school program for minority students expands to eight new schools
04.26.2016

Verizon announces the expansion of the Minority Make Makers program to an additional seven HBCUs and one Hispanic-serving institution.

04.26.2016

Hundreds of minority middle school boys go to college campuses to be exposed to technology.