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“With the Oracle Volunteering program, I can pursue my career at Oracle and make a difference. Not only do I have opportunities to help students learn English and coding, I also get to collaborate virtually with wonderful volunteers across regions. We can take volunteering activities to another level, helping more people in need in new ways.”
We believe learning can happen anywhere, and we want to make that possible for students everywhere. To make this a reality, Oracle Volunteers produce televised lessons for students in rural India, provide learning experiences for students in Latin America and Europe, and lead virtual classes and mentoring sessions all over the world. Organizations we support include Going to School, Junior Achievement, and Yayasan Anak Bangsa Bisa.
Many Oracle Volunteers give special attention to promoting diversity and inclusion in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEAM) careers. In projects around the world, they seek out opportunities to support girls and other historically underrepresented groups of students. Organizations we work with include Black Girls Code, Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Girls Who Code, Raspberry Pi Foundation, Women’s Technology Empowerment Centre, and many schools.
Oracle employees know that the world of work is constantly evolving, with new business models, technologies, and workers’ changing expectations. As Oracle Volunteers, they want to help young people thrive in both the present and future of work. They do this by conducting mock interviews with engineering students, hosting resume-writing workshops, participating in career talks, mentoring, and more. Organizations we support include Boys & Girls Clubs of America, Bridge for Smile, Design Tech High School, Foundation for Excellence, Fundación Forge Argentina, Instituto PROA, Learning for All, Magic Bus, Mentor Arabia, and Per Scholas.
Recognizing the power of mentorship, Oracle Volunteers dedicate hundreds of hours a year to building relationships and empowering the next generation. They engage with high school students on semester-long STEAM projects, coach teams in global technology competitions, and lead workshops to help students build self-esteem and creative confidence. Organizations we’ve teamed up with include Katariba, Mentor Arabia, Teach for India, Technovation, and Travis Early College High School.