Collaborating to inspire a generation of young people
TechFuture is working to inspire a new generation about tech skills and tech careers through a suite of industry-based interactive resources for primary and secondary school teachers and students. Designed by employers and teachers, TechFuture helps teachers deliver an inspiring curriculum, enabling students to develop the skills to progress in both education and employment.
TechFuture is FREE to all primary and secondary schools in the UK, thanks to the generous sponsorship of employers.
Driving change with TechFuture
19,000 girls in have attended TechFuture Girls clubs in 1500 schools
750 schools and nearly 1000 teachers are involved with TechFuture Classroom
600 TechFuture ambassadors across UK schools are inspiring pupils about tech
Yet there's so much more to be done. With your support TechFuture can:
Help 50,000 young people to grow and develop their tech skills through TechFuture by 2018
Reach 200,000 young people in more than 15,000 schools in the UK by 2020
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Discover our suite of programmes aimed at encouraging the next generation of tech stars and arming them with the skills they need to develop rewarding tech careers.Read more
Inspire the next generation of digital innovators by volunteering with TechFuture today. Mentor, lead fun-filled activities and lend career advice for young people of all ages.Read more
Find out how you can sponsor TechFuture and help transform the digital skills landscape for 2020.Read more
What people are saying about TechFuture
“We believe that businesses must take action to help educate and inspire young people about the potential advantages of a digital-skills-based career. The TechFuture Careers Resource Pack is a key part of our IT Futures programme.”
Nupur Singh Mallick , HR Director, Tata Consultancy Services
“A digital career can be incredibly interesting, affording the opportunity to learn about many different industries. Providing good careers advice to pupils at an early age is essential to build the digital talent pipeline.”
Jacqui Ferguson, Senior Vice President, HP Enterprise Services.
"I have been running TechFuture Girls Club for over 5 years now and it is always popular and enjoyed by our students. When the girls have such good resources to use, which haven't taken me any time to prepare, that is the added bonus."
Shirley Farr, Teacher, The Hayfield School, Doncaster
"Not enough girls study computing, coding or STEM subjects, and too few go on to have careers in technology. Initiatives like TechFuture Girls will help to inspire young women to get the vital skills needed for these careers.”
Nicky Morgan MP