All started in 2014.
Skool has become a synonym for innovative and inspirational technology training for young girls over the past five years. Embracing the potentials of the digital economy that changes the relationship between humans and technology, we are now extending our activities beyond coding: we reinterpret the learning process and strive to pass on the code of the future to the young generations.
True to our inquisitive mind-set and achievements, we wish to continue the pioneering story that is unique in Hungary. We like to write stimulating story lines but give the leading roles to the youngsters and parents, as well as our mentors, trainers, and supporting partners.
From the professional perspective, we redefine the learning process and the role of teachers, we develop and provide learning content not available in the school system, we involve parents, and we include topics that are most relevant for our supporters.
From the emotional view, we give space to experience-based learning and the joy of shared and creative discovery. Our technology focus is playful, lovable, memorable – and fundamentally free. We invite all our partners to a futuristic journey.
Introduction to technology; success- and experience-based coding courses with a focus on design learning and algorithmic thinking to increase female engagement in the technology sector.
Only for girls, ages 8-18.
Innovative platform for community building and experience sharing to support Skool graduates to exploit their skills and knowledge in the technology sector.
Only for She’s Skool graduates, 12+.
Introduction to technology; success- and experience-based coding courses with a focus on design learning and algorithmic thinking.
Only for children at risk in remote regions, ages 8-18.
Knowledge-pool for teachers, trainers, mentors and parents that provides access to progressive training methods, positive motivating solutions, and best practices of design learning.
Only for 18+ young parents, mentors.
Industry-related information and research services for the development of business, recruitment and partnering strategies: surveys, reports, studies, statistics and best practices.
The workshop was fantastic and it was an incredibly creative and great idea that we used the program you have developed for a completely different purpose and to my biggest surprise, our little Star Wars figures became realistic. It must have been huge work to create and prepare everything. Thank you for showing something new and bringing my creativity to life from some hidden pocket.
Accenture is deeply committed to organizational diversity – this is why we’ve been working with Skool for several years now. Our common goal is to prepare young people for the future and to change the thoughts of young girls and their parents about technology.
We inspire them to think about the technology field as an option in further education and future career planning. The Skool project provides solution to these challenges with an innovative methodology that fits well with Accenture’s dynamism. During our cooperation we have introduced the tech-world to almost 100 girls so far. We will continue working together!
I think it is extremely important for online spaces to be as diverse as the real environment of everyday life. In this respect, I also consider it particularly important that for example the approaches and perspectives represented by the “feminine” strengths and competences meet the logic of coding and the online toolbars.
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