Qualcomm’s invention-based program for students of all ages.
The world’s leading thought Leadership event on CSR held its 13th Global Annual CSR Awards & Summit 2021 in November. This year, more than 350 entries were received from over 100 companies all over the world. After a vigorous screening and evaluation process, a final selection of 50 companies was awarded top honors, in 16 main award categories, including Leadership.
Launched in 2014 with the goal to help combat the STEM talent gap and promote a more diverse and inclusive STEM community, the Thinkabit Lab has created a STEM program exposing students to engineering concepts such as coding, the Internet of Things (IoT), and the diversity of available careers at a tech company like ours. Through unique, tailored partnerships with school districts, universities, non-profits, and others, we now have a celebrated network of 22 Thinkabit Lab sites and have reached over 85,000 students across the United States.
The invention-based program aims to show students from all cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds that they can be part of inventing the wireless world of the future. Through hands-on and engaging activities, we expose students to STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) fields and careers. Find out how we have empowered and inspired 80,000 future inventors!See the Thinkabit Lab
The Thinkabit Lab Learning Center offers free online resources, developed to help adult instructors introduce coding and engineering to students. Learn how you can introduce fundamental circuitry and text-based coding concepts to students. Or have fun and explore them for yourself!See the Learning Center