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Happy National Youth Science Day from Google and 4-H

Today kicks off the 11th annual 4-H National Youth Science Day--the start of a month-long celebration to challenge kids and educators excited…
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Making it work: Google and Walmart fund innovators in workforce development

The student with big dreams, some education, and no experience. The accomplished service professional looking to break into a new field. The…
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Digital skills for Arabic speakers everywhere

In the Middle East and North Africa, only 38 percent of youth believe their education gives them the skills they need to…
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Wrapping up a year of impact with holiday giving

The holidays are a time for celebrating family and community, and it’s my favorite time at Google because Googlers give back to…
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Supporting those affected by the California fires

Fueled by high winds, fast-moving wildfires in the California wine country and the Anaheim Hills have spread quickly—killing dozens, damaging tens of…
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Andra Day sings “Strange Fruit” in support of Google.org grantee Equal Justice Initiative

Music has the power to ignite change—to encourage introspection and galvanize people.Earlier this year Google.org grantee the Equal Justice Initiative launched the…
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Supporting flood relief efforts in South Asia

This summer, millions of people have been affected by severe flooding and landslides across Bangladesh, India, and Nepal. At least 1,200 people…
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Helping 4-H equip students with skills they’ll need for the future

The world is changing rapidly, creating new opportunities and careers we can’t yet predict. But even with a lot of unknowns, skills…
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Doing more for racial justice

I'm the grandson of a Port of Seattle police officer, the nephew of a Washington State Trooper, and the son of a…
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Bringing digital skills training to more classrooms in Korea

Recently a group of Googlers visited Ogeum Middle School in Seoul, where they joined a junior high school class that had some…
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