Anita Borg Institute

ABI is a social enterprise founded on the belief that women are vital to building technology that the world needs. We are on a quest to accelerate the pace of global innovation by working to ensure that the creators of technology mirror the people and societies who use it.

Association for Women in Computing

AWC is dedicated to promoting the advancement of women in the computing professions. Our members include many types of computer professionals, such as programmers, system analysts, operators, technical writers, Internet specialists, trainers and consultants. AWC members sometimes mentor students and/or teachers.

Computer Science Teachers Association

Computer Science Teacher Association (CSTA) is a membership organization that supports and promotes the teaching of computer science and other computing disciplines. CSTA provides opportunities for K-12 teachers and students to better understand the computing disciplines and to more successfully prepare themselves to teach and learn.

ISTE

Student, teacher, administrator, coaches and standards for computer science educators provided.

Logo Foundation

The Logo Foundation is a nonprofit educational organization devoted to supporting educators, parents, and students in their engagement with creative computing. We do this by providing resources on our website – www.logofoundation.org – and by providing consulting services to schools and school districts, conducting workshops, sponsoring conferences, and supporting online discussion groups and forums. Major activities of the Logo Foundation include: -the annual Logo Summer Institutes, which are immersions in creative computing for teachers: www.logofoundation.org/summer – Scratch Days, which are one-day events for families and teachers with workshops on Scratch and related technologies: www.logofoundation.org/scratchday

American Society for Cybernetics

The American Society for Cybernetics was founded in 1964 in Washington, DC to encourage new developments in cybernetics as an inter-/trans-/meta-disciplinary field. Ever since, it has remained at the forefront of cybernetic thinking and doing. Society members have made cybernetics central to their work in biology and the life sciences, the arts, medicine, therapy (psychological and social), mathematics, the physical sciences and engineering, design, management, and business. They have reached out to other societies and groups interested in similar areas and approaches. Remarkable people have joined and been recognized by us.

AWS Educate

Professors, teaching assistants, and educators receive access to AWS technology, open source content for their courses, training resources, and a community of cloud evangelists. Students receive credits for hands-on experience with AWS technology, training, content, career pathways and the AWS Educate Job Board.

CS for All Teachers

Previously known as the CS10K Community, CS for All Teachers provides a virtual home for teachers to connect with one another and with the resources and expertise they need to successfully teach computer science in their classrooms. With the support of a cohort of community ambassadors, PreK-12 teachers can get answers to their burning questions from the HelpSquad, share their experiences in small groups, participate in online events, search for resources, and learn new instructional strategies from their colleagues—all in an effort to ensure computer science for all.

IEEE Computer Society

The IEEE Computer Society is the world’s leading membership organization dedicated to computer science and technology. Serving more than 60,000 members, the IEEE Computer Society is the trusted information, networking, and career-development source for a global community of technology leaders that includes researchers, educators, software engineers, IT professionals, employers, and students. Lesson plans!

Black Boys Code

“Black Boys Code is a Not-for-Profit organization dedicated to introducing young boys of colour in their critical development years (ages 8 to 17) to computer science through one-day and two-day workshops, Hackathons, after school and summer programs. Our programs are aimed at boys of a young age to build capacity and skills in the field of computer technology. We utilize mentorship, industry exposure, and intensive training in the field of computer science to help the boys understand they have the ability to become technological innovators and creators of their own futures.”