The Verizon Foundation commits to be the first to introduce 5G technology to schools across the U.S. in 2019.
5GEdTech Challenge will award the ten most compelling concepts a grand total of $1 million to implement at Verizon Innovative Learning schools.
Verizon’s “explorer lab” takes students (and lawmakers) on a mission to Mars to learn about engineering and design concepts.
How a 911 text alert put a mother into action and the tough choices our kids face in today’s world during an emergency.
Verizon Innovation Lab held in Sacramento in conjunction with TechNet’s California Diversity in Technology and STEM Week.
Several students at a Verizon Innovative Learning school in Harlem accepted into prestigious high schools.
Three women graduate students at The School of Visual Arts are paving the way for the next generation of STEM leaders in partnership with Verizon and NYC Media Lab.
Verizon will donate $1 p/eligible phone trade-in up to $4M to DonorChoose.org to help provide tech, like tablets, laptops, 3D printers and VR gear to under-resourced schools.
To celebrate National Engineers Week on Feb. 21, more than 30 Verizon engineers and other employees will visit approximately 30 NAF academies of engineering across the country.
NFL stars Victor Cruz and Anthony Barr, and NBA Star Karl Anthony Towns give Minnesota students a lesson on getting into sports through engineering and technology.