Can you really make a difference in the world in just 60 minutes? Join Accenture for an Hour of Code during Computer Science Education Week, Dec. 4-10, and help build a foundation of success for the next generation.
Future jobs for today’s kids haven’t even been created yet. From medicine to fashion, technology is transforming every industry. Code.org is dedicated to making sure every child, everywhere, has access to computer science education to prepare them for the future.
Take an hour. Get involved. Over the past four years, 100 million students across the globe, including more girls and children from lower-income areas than ever before, have been inspired to try an Hour of Code. States are providing funding for computer science education. Schools are expanding computer science requirements. Your dedication is working.
Don’t know how to code? No problem; there are projects for every level.
In fact, we’ve created one of the tutorials available this year! In collaboration with Code.org, we have developed the “Accenture Intelligent Space Exploration” tutorial, which has the potential to introduce artificial intelligence concepts to thousands of young people and to engage our own volunteers through Hour of Code.
There are three easy ways to participate, and there’s something for everyone.
Do it yourself. Even if you’re an experienced coder, you can help a friend learn a new skill and check our new AI-inspired tutorial: "Accenture Intelligent Space Exploration". The online coding tutorials are fun and easy.
Volunteer to teach. Teach an Hour of Code at a school in your area.
Create your own event. Rally with your colleagues to design a joint-volunteering opportunity with your client, at a school or create an event at your local office.
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