Infosys Foundation USA was established in 2015 with the mission of expanding computer science and maker education to K-12 students and teachers across the nation, especially among underrepresented communities. The Foundation conducts professional development programs for teachers, partners with leading nonprofits, and runs innovative campaigns to raise awareness about bridging the digital divide.
Supporting a variety of innovative computer science and maker education initiatives to benefit K-12 students and teachers across the U.S.
Infosys Foundation USA is proud to support K-12 teachers through our Pathfinders Institute. These 'Teacher Transformation' videos highlight two inspiring K12 educators who were interviewed before and after participating in the Pathfinders Summer Institute immersive CS and Maker Ed professional development experience. We are pleased to introduce Tamieka Grizzle, the STEM and Innovation Specialist at Mableton Elementary School in Georgia, and Tory Wadlington, a Special Education Teacher at the Murrieta Valley Unified School District in California.
Working with leading organizations to maximize impact
Helping underrepresented groups gain access to computer science & maker education across all 50 states.
Making news with our dynamic partners to bring equity and inclusion to K12 computer science and maker spaces