The Tech for Good program draws inspiration from Qualcomm efforts to advance worldwide communities socially and economically. Students learn about Wireless Reach and harness the power of Bluetooth technology to invent an automated Internet of Things inspired solution to a real-world problem. Students learn that they can use technology to solve societal challenges at any age!
The Wearable Tech week-long camp is designed to engage all-girl groups in a fun, hands-on engineering experience. Students explore their unique strengths, interests, and values while engaging in hands-on engineering activities using LED lights and servo motors. Students get to use these newly found skills to invent creative Internet of Things inspired, automated wearable technologies. The gender gap in STEM ends here!
The AgTech for Good project inspires students to leverage their every-day experiences in agricultural communities for “good.” Students learn more about both agriculture and technology as they use Bluetooth wireless communication to invent an innovative solution to problems in their community. Qualcomm is committed to ending the digital divide. This program shows the power of technology to students in rural communities!
Students explore their strengths, interests, and values and use them to help them explore careers at tech companies.
Students learn how to program a microcontroller, build circuits, and code light emitting diodes to blink and servos to spin in different directions.
Students use internet of things solutions to solve real world problems in their communities. They design inventions, build their creations, and present their patents.