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Oracle Academy

As Oracle’s flagship philanthropic educational program, Oracle Academy advances computing education globally to drive knowledge, innovation, skills development, and diversity in technology fields. In FY 2018, Oracle Academy worked with more than 15,000 educational institutions across 128 countries, supporting 6.3 million students worldwide. Oracle Academy offers educational institutions and educators free curriculum, resources, training, cloud-hosted technology and software, support, and certification resources. The program works with public and private partners to provide the tools educators need to engage, inspire and prepare students to become innovators and leaders of the future. Through Oracle Academy, students receive hands-on experience with the latest technologies, helping make them college and career ready in the era of big data, artificial intelligence, machine learning, cloud computing, Internet of Things, and beyond.
Why We Participate: 
Computer science develops problem solvers and innovators: Fundamentally, computer science teaches computational thinking—logical data analysis and organization, the ability to create concise problem statements, to identify and implement algorithm-based solutions, and to generalize and extrapolate solutions that can be applied to other problems. Helping students develop these skills will be a benefit to them in every subject, in the classroom and beyond.
Current Awards Offered: 
Award of $5,000 for outstanding project in the systems software category.
Previous Award Winners
Award of $5,000 for outstanding project in the systems software category.
Divya Amirtharaj
Award of $5,000 for outstanding project in the systems software category.
Gaurav Kumar Behera
Award of $5,000 for outstanding project in the systems software category.
Grant Sheen
Award of $5,000 for outstanding project in the systems software category.
Jeyla Huseynzade and Javid Huseynzade
Award of $5,000 for outstanding project in the systems software category.
Joshua Ricardo Santiago-Ibarra
Award of $5,000 for outstanding project in the systems software category.
Kevin Xiao
Award of $5,000 for outstanding project in the systems software category.
Koushik Sridhar
Award of $5,000 for outstanding project in the systems software category.
Samuel M. Cadotte

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