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Supporting Girls
Who Code

Last summer, 40 girls from South Florida High School participated in a seven-week computer science immersion program offered by Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit organization focused on equipping women in underserved communities with computing skills. Funded by the Verizon Foundation, the program took an innovative approach: pairing intensive instruction in robotics, Web design and mobile development, with career-focused mentorships from the industry's top female entrepreneurs and engineers. Through initiatives like these, Verizon is focused on closing the technology gender gap by inspiring girls to pursue education and careers in STEM fields.

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Supporting Girls Who Code

Last summer, 40 girls from South Florida High School participated in a seven-week computer science immersion program offered by Girls Who Code, a national nonprofit organization focused on equipping women in underserved communities with computing skills. Funded by the Verizon Foundation, the program took an innovative approach: pairing intensive instruction in robotics, Web design and mobile development, with career-focused mentorships from the industry's top female entrepreneurs and engineers. Through initiatives like these, Verizon is focused on closing the technology gender gap by inspiring girls to pursue education and careers in STEM fields.

Learn More About Verizon's Commitment to STEM Education >

Inspiring Girls to Pursue STEM Education

Verizon partnered with Girls Who Code to help expand girls' interest and involvement in STEM fields.

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Inspiring Students
to Create a Life-Changing App

The Verizon Innovative App Challenge, part of Verizon's long-standing commitment to improve education, gives middle and high school students the opportunity to design and code real mobile apps. Winning teams work with engineers from MIT to build their apps and share them in the marketplace. Last year, the Best in Nation team from Resaca Middle School in Los Fresnos, Texas, won for its Hello Navi app, which team members created to help a visually impaired classmate navigate the school. The app also secured team members an invitation to the White House Science Fair.

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App Challenge Winners >

Inspiring Students to Create a
Life-Changing App

The Verizon Innovative App Challenge, part of Verizon's long-standing commitment to improve education, gives middle and high school students the opportunity to design and code real mobile apps. Winning teams work with engineers from MIT to build their apps and share them in the marketplace. Last year, the Best in Nation team from Resaca Middle School in Los Fresnos, Texas, won for its Hello Navi app, which team members created to help a visually impaired classmate navigate the school. The app also secured team members an invitation to the White House Science Fair.

Learn More About The App Challenge Winners >

Verizon Innovative App Challenge

The Verizon Innovative App Challenge winners from Resaca Middle School in Los Fresnos, Texas, were chosen to participate in the White House Science Fair.

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Reducing Verizon's Carbon Footprint

Verizon's investment in on-site green energy lowers our CO2 emissions while reducing the strain on commercial power grids. In the past two years, we've invested $137 million in solar and fuel-cell technologies for cleaner power for our networks and data centers. In addition, our products and services are helping our customers be more energy-efficient and reduce their environmental impact.

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Green Initiatives >

Reducing Verizon's Carbon Footprint

Verizon's investment in on-site green energy lowers our CO2 emissions while reducing the strain on commercial power grids. In the past two years, we've invested $137 million in solar and fuel-cell technologies for cleaner power for our networks and data centers. In addition, our products and services are helping our customers be more energy-efficient and reduce their environmental impact.

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Reducing Verizon's Carbon Footprint

Reducing Harmful Emissions by
Improving Vehicle Performance

Vehicle emissions make up 75 percent of harmful carbon monoxide pollution. By combining remote monitoring with unique diagnostic capability, Verizon technology enables fleet managers to better track and monitor their vehicles on our network. With GPS and remote data in constant communication, we’re promoting safety and helping improve environmental impact – so that everyone can breathe a little easier.

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Verizon Telematics >

Reducing Harmful Emissions by
Improving Vehicle Performance

Vehicle emissions make up 75 percent of harmful carbon monoxide pollution. By combining remote monitoring with unique diagnostic capability, Verizon technology enables fleet managers to better track and monitor their vehicles on our network. With GPS and remote data in constant communication, we're promoting safety and helping improve environmental impact – so that everyone can breathe a little easier.

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Verizon Telematics

Verizon's fleet management service helps businesses reduce their vehicle emissions.

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