Creating inspiring experiences for diverse students, igniting their passion for technology
As of January 2019, only three Fortune 500 CEOs are black; 5% are women. 
Blacks and Hispanics represent only 9% and 7% of all STEM workers in the US, respectively. 
By 2045, the US will become a plurality of racial and ethnic groups. 
There will be nearly 500,000 new computing-related jobs in the US by 2024. 
Emerging technologies and shifts in demographics are changing the way we work. Through Access Your Potential, PwC is helping build a more diverse, tech-skilled workforce to benefit our firm, our clients and our economy, while contributing to creating a better future for tomorrow's leaders.
Thanks to the support of the PwC Charitable Foundation, we're giving teachers access to a customized version of PwC's Digital Fitness App, which includes content specific to teachers in the form of articles, videos and infographics.
We're bringing our robot to schools around the country to help excite students about how essential technologies can be used in their daily lives.
We're offering a free, open-sourced curriculum to educators so they can teach their students about tech topics (including coding, computer programs and data analytics) and financial skills.
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 “Diversity in the STEM workforce varies widely across jobs.” Pew Research Center, Social & Democratic Trends. January 9, 2018.
 “New Census Bureau Report Analyzes U.S. Population Projections.” United States Census Bureau. March 3, 2015.
 “STEM Occupations: Past, Present, And Future.” U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. January 2017.