Our education initiatives—Oracle Academy and Oracle Education Foundation—are helping students develop the skills they need to become technology innovators and leaders. These programs are helping young people not only to prepare for the future but also to play an active role in shaping it.
Oracle Academy works with educators around the world to help them prepare students for successful technology careers with knowledge, hands-on practice, and career-relevant skills. The program offers free teaching and learning resources to advance technology education, skills, innovation, and diversity and inclusion.Learn more about Oracle Academy
Oracle Education Foundation is a nonprofit organization funded by Oracle and staffed by Oracle employees. Its mission is to help young people develop the technical skills and creative confidence to design solutions for people and the world.Explore Oracle Education Foundation
Oracle’s Silicon Valley, California, campus is home to a pioneering public charter school—Design Tech High School (d.tech). While d.tech is autonomous, it’s supported by Oracle Volunteers and Oracle Real Estate and Facilities year-round. The school and the company operate harmoniously.Get to know Design Tech High School
Java is everywhere—it’s used by the top 95% of all employers globally to build mission-critical systems. Through our education programs and philanthropy, we’re advancing Java education for learners of all ages worldwide.Explore how Oracle Giving advances Java education
The Ponelopele Oracle Secondary School in Johannesburg, South Africa, was established in 2006 under a public–private partnership between Oracle Corporation South Africa and the Gauteng Department of Education. More than 1,200 students attend annually. In 2021, Ponelopele achieved the second-highest matriculation pass rate in the country—a testament to the school’s success, even amid a pandemic.Learn more about Ponelopele School
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