Programs that unlock young people’s potential in technology by focusing on middle school

Our innovative in-school and out-of-school programs make high-quality tech education available to more middle school students. We help spark an interest in tech, build skills for life and unlock life-changing opportunities.


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CompTIA Spark curriculum

Bringing engaging, high-quality technology education to more middle school classrooms

Give your middle school students the confidence and skills they need to succeed in today’s tech-driven world. Designed for middle grades, our curriculum is inspired by real-world work and the latest technology concepts. Backed by industry, it is available free of charge for educators and requires no previous tech experience to teach.


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TechGirlz workshops 

Helping create a future where girls and women are equal participants in the digital world

Powered by CompTIA Spark, TechGirlz workshops provide hands-on learning opportunities for girls in grades 5 to 8. By solving real-world challenges, participants build confidence and open their minds to new possibilities. With the support of partners in communities across the country, we’re empowering more girls to become tomorrow’s tech leaders.


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Other CompTIA programs powering tech careers

CompTIA provides training solutions for adults looking to begin or advance their careers in tech as well as opportunities for professionals to connect with industry peers around the world.

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As a trusted provider of training for millions of technology workers around the word, CompTIA helps people get the tech careers they deserve with industry-leading certifications, courses and expert knowledge.


Learn how CompTIA unlocks tech careers

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CompTIA Community members are businesses that provide technology solutions and IT services. Representing professionals around the world, the CompTIA Community is a shared industry voice.


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News Coverage

element14 and Hackster communities host Little Free STEM Library Design Challenge

Embedded Computing Design / FOUNTAIN HILLS, Ariz. – (article excerpt) Dianne Kibbey joined Farnell's global business in 1999 and heads up the element14 online community which provides a space for electronic design engineers to collaborate, learn about new technology, solve problems and access leading products to complete their designs. In addition to her 20+ year career in technology and eCommerce, Dianne also has a passion for encouraging education in the STEM (Science Technology, Engineering and Math) fields and has worked with key organizations such as Microsoft and TechGirlz to support the development of education for coding. 


Read the full article by Dianne Kibbey 




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