Pledges

Here you can check the progress of the pledges in the context of the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition as reported by the pledges themselves. For more information, see the about page. For additional information, please use the contact page.

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Hewlett Packard Enterprise - Safe2Web

Safe2Web provides schools with awareness training to help young people stay safe online, including learning about the issues associated with online bullying, sexting and grooming.

Instituto Politécnico de Santarém

The #Picking Winners (Course ecosystem - job training, digital literacy and Labour Mediation) project will develop the necessary networking activities, resources and materials in order to address the needs of VET students with disabilities.

InterMediaKT

InterMediaKT will organise activities that promote programming, digital skills, e-learning and the responsible use of the web.

K2 Partnering Solutions

K2 Partnering Solutions, through K2 University, is pledging to help close the digital skills gap in Europe by training 800 IT professionals, 1,000 students and 400 Workforce Professionals in the key technology growth areas of SAP and Salesforce, to become SAP consultants and Salesforce professionals.

Lithuania National Coalition

The National Digital Coalition of Lithuania is pledging to establish in the period 2017-2020 a comprehensive strategy to raise public awareness of the importance of digital skills and competences; attract more young people to ICT and other sciences studies and professions; ensure the acquisition of digital skills also when learning other professions and for citizens; support the establishment of IT business and development of the digital market.

Methodological Cabinet of Digital Education

The Methodological Cabinet of Digital Education pledges to establish another 500 methodological cabinets in Czech schools and to train about 5000 teachers till 2020.

Microsoft

Microsoft will increase access to computer science education and digital skills training for 5 million youth across 2 years in all 28 EU member states. This will be accomplished through a holistic approach that directly empowers both educators and youth. Furthermore, we are refocusing our non-profit-led training efforts in 21 EU member states by aiming to reach at least 50% girls.

Microsoft Development Center Copenhagen

As a pledge to the Coalition, we are committed to increase the reach of our activities, organising three girls events, publishing two op-eds in the national media on the IT gender gap, collaborating with education organisations, and participating both in national and international conferences on the subject.

Microsoft Italia & Fondazione Mondo Digitale

Microsoft is pledging to train in-person 2,500 girls in 2018 and will double this result thanks to peer-to-peer activities made in schools and sustained in partnership with Fondazione Mondo Digitale.

Oracle

Oracle, through its Oracle Academy, is pledging to invest US $1.4 billion in direct and in-kind support for computer science education in the EU member states over the next 3 years, reaching students in 1,000 additional EU educational institutions, nearly doubling its current EU Oracle Academy membership.