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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SAP Next Generation

SAP Next Generation pledges to open 24 SAP Next-Gen Labs and start 180 SAP Next-Gen Consulting projects by 2020. SAP Next Generation is an open innovation platform connecting students, researches, thought leaders, start-ups, accelerators with corporates and venture capitalist to seed in disruptive innovation and accelerate the digital transformation and digital futures of the economy.

Startup Super School

Startup Super School pledges to offer its 2-day program for free to schools in Italy and Croatia, engaging 300 students (16 ) by July 2018.

Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece

The Department of Business Administration (Patras) of the Technological Educational Institute of Western Greece (TEIWEST) pledges to train over 30 school teachers in the regional unit of Achaia, in order to upgrade their professional profiles, incorporating skills related to modern tools and ICT use within school practices.

Telefónica Educación Digital

Telefónica Educación Digital pledges its support to the Digital Skills and Jobs Coalition by offering free access for all citizens to three online platforms with educational resources.

The Scottish Digital Technologies Skills Group

To support the growth in cyber security jobs, Scotland's Digital Technologies Skills Group pledges to deliver a series of Discover Cyber Careers events and resources over the next 4 years, engaging 3,000 young people aged 10–14 years.

Ubiqum Code Academy

Ubiqum Code Academy and its partners pledge to increase the number of digitally-skilled employees in Europe, and to help tackle youth unemployment, by reskilling 3,000 jobseekers by 2020.

University of Central Lancashire, Cyprus

The University of Central Lancashire, Cyprus (UCLan Cyprus) will engage in outreach activities that promote the development of digital skills to the students, ICT professionals and the community.

University of Urbino

The University of Urbino pledges to help teachers to introduce computational thinking in their classrooms by scaling up CodeMOOC and delivering it for another 2 years.