Guide students in examining and discussing the ethical implications and potential biases of AI, cultivating dialogues that empower them to be discerning users and future designers of fair and ethical AI systems.
Mentor students to explore coding as a means of blending art and technology.
Coach students to create games that examine possible futures, foster empathy in players, and motivate positive behaviors.
Mentor students to design and develop web apps that make their school an even better place to be.
Coach students to befriend the machine as they explore socially positive applications for deep learning and neural networks.
Coach students to explore the future of TinyML as they learn about the intersection of machine learning, embedded systems, and their applications to improve the design of everyday things in the world.
“Both online and in-person volunteering for Oracle Education Foundation have been valuable and fulfilling experiences. I’ve learned so much from the instructors and the students and have continued to tinker with 3D printing and circuit projects since my Foundation classes. I’ll be back.”
“The experience of coaching students in OEF classes is priceless. The learning goes both ways—you learn from the students, and they learn from you. Not to mention the joy of discovering new things together, culminating in a finished prototype in just two weeks. Priceless!”
“Seeing the students gleam with a sense of accomplishment, I realized that I’d contributed to something big—an effort to help the future generation to explore its potential. The experience was incredibly rewarding, and I’m thankful to Oracle and OEF for the opportunity.”
“It is rewarding to journey with the students as they learn new concepts, apply design thinking, and persevere through any setbacks to reach their final presentation. It was also fun journeying along with the other coaches as we exchanged experiences in the pre-class and post-class sync ups.”
“I really enjoy the looks on the students’ faces when they finally figure something out and the creative insight that happens when designing something that has not existed before.”