Expo booths will be open throughout the entire summit and available within the Hopin platform. Don’t miss visiting these booths to learn more about these great vendors!
IBM’s global education efforts are focused on education equity and workforce inclusion. We partner with key stakeholders in the public and nonprofit sectors, providing IBM expertise and technology, along with a commitment to change at scale, to ensure that all learners can participate in the future of work.
BootUp is dedicated to empowering elementary school teachers and students by establishing computer science programs in districts across the United States. We give teachers the support to build confidence through unique professional development that encourages collaboration and uses an award-winning curriculum.
BirdBrain Technologies’ mission is to inspire deep and joyful learning in all students through creative robotics. Our products, the Finch Robot and the Hummingbird Robotics Kit, enable all teachers to cultivate creativity and computational thinking.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is an international non-profit leading the movement to close the gender gap in tech.
LEGO® Education solutions grow with students building confidence in STEAM skills like coding, robotics, and computer science. Simultaneously, they foster 21st century skills like collaboration and critical thinking.
Georgia State University’s College of Education and Human Development is seeking individuals who would like to earn a Master’s degree in teaching Mathematics, Science, or Special Education. If interested in changing careers, or happen to be a Veteran or para-professional, Project NURTURE may be for you.
CodeHS is a comprehensive computer science teaching platform. We provide web-based curriculum, a suite of teaching tools and resources, and professional development.
Georgia Department of Education
We are educating Georgia’s future by graduating students who are ready to learn, ready to live, ready to lead. “Students do not fit in a box and one size does not fit all. They need varied, creative learning opportunities that engage them in their learning and prepare them to learn, live and lead in the future.” — Richard Woods, Georgia’s School Superintendent
NCWIT Aspirations in Computing
Aspirations in Computing (AiC) uses exclusive awards, scholarships, internships, and professional opportunities to amplify voices, build identity, reward persistence, and recognize fortitude as women increase their technical, entrepreneurial, and leadership skills.
Neighborhood Nexus helps Georgia’s mission-driven organizations ask the right questions, use the best data, tell compelling stories, and make informed decisions.
CS4GA is composed of individuals and organizations who want to align their individual efforts towards improving computer science education in Georgia. We invite everyone in Georgia who wants to work with others on this mission to go to our website and sign up for our email list.
Lovejoy High School
Lovejoy High School is located just south of Atlanta, Clayton County offers its residents the best of metropolitan living. The high school houses grades 9-12.
Creative Technology Research Lab (CTRL)
The Creative Technology Research Lab (CTRL) is an educational research lab at the University of Florida. The primary aim of the CTRL is to investigate how to meaningfully engage all learners in technology-mediated learning with a focus on K-12 computer science and computational thinking. Our research also extends to school-based outreach and advocacy.
Georgia Tech CEISMC
Georgia Tech CEISMC is the STEM/STEAM K-12 educational research and outreach unit of Georgia Tech. We provide evidence-based curriculum and professional development in computing for middle and high school grades.
The Next IT Girl
The Next IT Girl helps close the gender and racial gap by providing technical workshops, mentorship, and career readiness for young women of color ages 8-22 who are interested in pursuing a technology career.
EarSketch@CEISMC- Georgia Tech
Amazon, Georgia Tech, and Pharrell Williams’ philanthropic organization, YELLOW, invite you to engage your students in the Your Voice is Power learning experience and coding competition. Students will learn entrepreneurship, computer science, and social justice by remixing Pharrell’s new song, Entrepreneur, on Georgia Tech’s EarSketch platform.
Codelicious provides full-year computer science curriculum for K-12. The curriculum offers grade level differentiated learning pathways, aligns with all state and national computer science standards, and is continually updated to reflect changes in computer science.
EGB4 Technologies Inc.
We offer a variety of products and services to enable K23 teachers incorporate STEAM curriculum throughout the year.
Albany State University Center for Educational Opportunity
The Center for Educational Opportunity examines the barriers to educational access and attainment for fragile families. We seek out the best practices that will impact the way educators, policymakers and community stakeholders provide educational opportunity and choice.
Texas Instruments has a 75-year history of innovation with a strong commitment to education. Our corporate commitment to STEM education started with the company’s founders and remains stronger than ever today, as we believe in investing in education in order to fuel the talent base needed to continue advancing engineering innovation across the world.
Popfizz Computer Science offers a comprehensive CS curriculum and Professional Development for teachers.
Project Lead the Way
Project Lead The Way provides transformative learning experiences for PreK-12 students and teachers across the U.S. We create an engaging, hands-on classroom environment and empower students to develop in-demand knowledge and skills they need to thrive. We also provide teachers with the training, resources, and support they need to engage students in real-world learning.