Verizon Innovative Learning


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 to help provide tech, like tablets, laptops, 3D printers and VR gear to under-resourced schools.

Victor Cruz and kids

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.

Rose Kirk Headshot

To close the digital divide and provide equal access to quality education, we each must do our part.

Watch Video about Verizon Tiger Tech

When a tablet has issues at Armstrong Middle School, they call in Tiger Tech, a team of students who show up armed with IT knowledge — and empathy.

Kids with iPads

At Hodges Bend Middle School, students discover the wonder and possibilities of STEM thanks to new iPads and data plans.

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

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

Watch Video about What If? Let's Reimagine Learning. Technology Can Help.

Socio-economic circumstances are creating a gap preventing more than 1 million classrooms from proper access to technology

Children in front of monitor

At a recent Verizon Innovative Learning retail lab, middle school students learn how to distill their emotions into one tell-all image.

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

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