Causes & Community

    • Google’s Community Space in the Bay Area

      Editor’s note: Today we’re opening the doors of Google's Community Space, located in our 188 The Embarcadero office in San Francisco, which offers Bay Area nonprofits free access to event space and co-working areas. Since January, we’ve run a pilot program with more than 50 organizations who have hosted 100+ events to ensure that the space and resources are flexible and bene ...

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    • Google’s Community Space in the Bay Area

      Editor’s note: Today we’re opening the doors of Google's Community Space, located in our 188 The Embarcadero office in San Francisco, which offers Bay Area nonprofits free access to event space and co-working areas. Since January, we’ve run a pilot program with more than 50 organizations who have hosted 100+ events to ensure that the space and resources are flexible and bene ...

      The Official Google Blog- 44 readers -
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  • Why I celebrate College Signing Day

    … wanted to prove the stereotypes wrong, which is why I committed to attending SUNY Brockport. For students who are the first in their family to attend college, celebrating College Signing Day is critical. We tell students the most important thing they can do for their future is to focus on their education. We tell them how higher education will give…

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  • Why I celebrate College Signing Day

    … wanted to prove the stereotypes wrong, which is why I committed to attending SUNY Brockport. For students who are the first in their family to attend college, celebrating College Signing Day is critical. We tell students the most important thing they can do for their future is to focus on their education. We tell them how higher education will give…

    The Official Google Blog- 28 readers -
    Earlier about the same topic:
  • Why I celebrate College Signing Day

    … wanted to prove the stereotypes wrong, which is why I committed to attending SUNY Brockport. For students who are the first in their family to attend college, celebrating College Signing Day is critical. We tell students the most important thing they can do for their future is to focus on their education. We tell them how higher education will give…

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  • Bringing Alexander Hamilton’s history to life

    … diverse cast, the show remixes American history into a powerful lesson that resonates with society’s current challenges. Google.org supported the Hamilton Education Program with a $800,000 grant that today will bring 5,000 students from Title I schools in New York, Chicago and the Bay Area to see the musical, as the capstone of a six-week…

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  • Bringing Alexander Hamilton’s history to life

    … diverse cast, the show remixes American history into a powerful lesson that resonates with society’s current challenges. Google.org supported the Hamilton Education Program with a $800,000 grant that today will bring 5,000 students from Title I schools in New York, Chicago and the Bay Area to see the musical, as the capstone of a six-week…

    The Official Google Blog- 20 readers -
  • How maps and machine learning are helping to eliminate malaria

    …. With the help of Google Earth Engine, DiSARM creates high resolution “risk maps” that help malaria control programs identify the areas where they should direct resources for prevention and treatment. We sat down with Hugh Sturrock, who leads the DiSARM project and is an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology and Biostatistics in the University…

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  • Happy Earth Day, world!

    … The Earth is more than 4.543 billion years old, home to more than 8.7 million species—and still the only known planet in the universe known to harbor life. That’s right, we’re pretty special.😉 So on Earth Day, let’s all celebrate our planet and learn about ways to help preserve it. Today’s Earth Day Doodle tells the story of a friendly fox…

    The Official Google Blog- 18 readers -
  • Happy Earth Day, world!

    … The Earth is more than 4.543 billion years old, home to more than 8.7 million species—and still the only known planet in the universe known to harbor life. That’s right, we’re pretty special.😉 So on Earth Day, let’s all celebrate our planet and learn about ways to help preserve it. Today’s Earth Day Doodle tells the story of a friendly fox…

    The Official Google Blog- 20 readers -
    Earlier about the same topic:
  • Happy Earth Day, world!

    … The Earth is more than 4.543 billion years old, home to more than 8.7 million species—and still the only known planet in the universe known to harbor life. That’s right, we’re pretty special.😉 So on Earth Day, let’s all celebrate our planet and learn about ways to help preserve it. Today’s Earth Day Doodle tells the story of a friendly fox…

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  • Doing more for racial justice

    … witness to injustices that have shaken my faith in our criminal justice system. In my work at Google.org, I help identify causes and organizations that aim to ultimately help correct many of these injustices. Since 2015, Google.org has committed more than $5 million to nonprofits advancing racial justice, and we’ve aimed to get proximate and better…

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