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An upskilling initiative "to equip 1,000 adults from low-income backgrounds with the tools and skills they need to become software engineers and thrive in tech careers."

The Starling Lab Journalism Fellowship

The Starling Lab, a research center anchored at Stanford University’s School of Engineering and the University of Southern California’s Shoah Foundation, has developed a ground-breaking framework to combat mis/disinformation by tracking the provenance of digital content through the use of open-source tools, best practices and case studies designed to help reduce information uncertainty.

Responsible Tech Mentorship Program

All Tech Is Human has developed this free program in order to help build the Responsible Tech pipeline – by facilitating connections and career development among talented students, career changers, and practitioners.

Civic Innovation Corps

Mobilizing the next generation of technologists to create civic impact in cities and states across the country.

Ada's List

All about changing communities, our workplaces, and the industry for the better.

Education Policy Impact Fellowships

two new Impact Fellowships for S&T experts seeking to advance smart education policy: The Learning Acceleration Fellowship at the Department of Education’s Institute of Education Sciences and the Data Science Impact Fellowship within the Office of the Under Secretary at the Department of Education.

A Better Tech Public Interest Technology Convention and Career Fair

The 2021 NYU Public Interest Technology (PIT) Convention and Career Fair is a virtual hands-on event for professionals, researchers and students interested in creating a better world through technology.

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