Pluralsight One, Pluralsight's social enterprise, provides free technology skills development resources to computer science teachers and high school students around the world. Pluralsight One also support nonprofit digital transformation through tech strategy support and skill development.
Pluralsight & Pluralsight One
Salt Lake City, United States of America
Private sector company
Established : 2004
Education and COVID-19 Response
All three flagships resonate strongly and reflect the guiding principles of our work. We can provide equitable access to high quality learning resources for students online or offline with language functionality that helps to remove barriers to education, even for students that remain out of the classroom when schools reopen.
Countries of Interest
Kenya, Rwanda, Nigeria, Jordan, Iraq
Pluralsight One, Pluralsight's social enterprise, has created solutions designed to support students and teachers in their technology skills development at a global scale. The solution we have created for students provides access to over 350 technology courses and 1000 hours of technology skills development covering Software Development, IT Operations, Creative Design, and Project / Product management. This offering is free to all students 16 years of age and older and has been mapped to secondary school level Computer Science standards. These courses are a bridge to engage students in self-learning and technology skills development to prepare for employment, technical colleges, or University studies in Computer Science.
In partnership with Computer Science Teachers Association, we have curated 30+ courses that support teachers in developing skills necessary to teach Computer Science. This offering covers the following topics: impacts of computing, algorithms and computational thinking, programming, data and computing systems and networks.
We have also built a digital transformation solution. I am happy to explore a free offering during the COVID crisis response to support nonprofits as they adapt to digital service provision, data and security needs, and evolve their tech strategies to power their missions in this new reality.