Broadcom Foundation

Broadcom Foundation advances equitable access to STEM education and promotes coding as the 21st Century+ skill

Broadcom Foundation advocates equitable access to STEM education and basic coding as the 21st Century+ skill.

Broadcom Foundation was the "Tech for Good" sponsor of the 2024 National STEM Festival in Washington, DC, this April!

Renaissance Youth Center's Music with a Message songstress and RYC Code the Bronx aficionado Treyonna Sullivan showcased her winning project at the National STEM Festival, watch her adventure below!

Broadcom Foundation sponsored Treyonna Sullivan along with 36 other National STEM Champions at the National STEM Festival!

Meet the National STEM Champions who won a trip to the National STEM Festival in Washington, D.C., in April 2024.

Broadcom Foundation Goals

Broadcom Foundation strives to empower young people to be creative STEM problem solvers who can think critically, communicate, collaborate, be persistent, and become experts in the digital world.
The foundation characterizes digital literacy as the confident use of the full range of digital technologies, including some basic knowledge of coding.
Equitable access to broadband internet promises to open doors to women and underrepresented and under-resourced youth in urban, rural, and tribal communities to become digitally literate.
Broadcom Foundation promotes free online tools for after-school Code Clubs, where optimal project-based learning time enables children in grades 5-8 to develop basic coding skills.
Through foundation-sponsored science fairs, Broadcom Foundation encourages civic awareness in STEM through Broadcom Coding with Commitment®, which inspires middle schoolers to use coding skills to solve community problems they care about.
This aligns with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations and creates volunteer opportunities for Broadcom Inc. employees around the world.

Inspiring Digital Literacy Through Basic Coding

Broadcom Coding with Commitment®

Broadcom Foundation advocates basic coding as a skill to solve community problems students care about that align with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the UN in order for them to be digitally literate citizens who “act locally and think globally.”
We strive to ensure all youth are digitally literate through STEM programs that include basic coding and computational thinking as the 21st Century+ skills needed to succeed in STEM careers.


Raspberry Pi Code Clubs

Broadcom Foundation is teaming up with the Raspberry Pi Foundation to promote afterschool Code Clubs, where children in grades 5-8 have optimal project-based learning time to develop the basic coding skills they need to become fully digitally literate.

Science Buddies

Broadcom Foundation is teaming up with to increase their free online science fair project library with projects that include coding.

Broadcom Coding with Commitment®

At Broadcom Foundation sponsored science fairs, Broadcom Foundation’s Broadcom Coding with Commitment® teaches young people to use coding skills to solve community problems they care about that align with the 17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations.

Coolest Projects

Coolest Projects is an online showcase where young people up to 18 years of age can share their ideas through technology. Whether it’s big, small, weird, wonderful, a work-in-progress, or a world-beating idea, Coolest Projects gives them the opportunity to show your project to our incredible community of makers. Register today!

17 Sustainable Development Goals of the United Nations

The Sustainable Development Goals, also known as SDG's, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy piece and prosperity.

Wiki Education Equity Outreach Project

Broadcom Foundation and Wiki Education are working with HBCUs, HSIs and Tribal Colleges to research and provide content about unsung STEM pioneers from underrepresented communities who belong in the Wikipedia site as role models "who look like me."

Chief Science Officers (CSO)

Broadcom Foundation encourages young people to become CSOs. CSOs are students elected by their peers in grades 6-12 to be liaison for STEM and innovation in their schools and community. Each Chief Science Officer is required to complete an Action Plan to amplify student voice by bringing their peers and community leaders together to ignite new opportunities in STEM and innovation.

Broadcom Inc. Volunteers

Broadcom Foundation plays a leadership role with nationally ranked STEM thought leaders and inspire employees within Broadcom Inc. to engage in activities that inspire and empower young people to become digitally literate, STEM minded citizens who can "act locally and think globally."