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Information Technology

NAF’s Information Technology (IT) curricula enable learners to explore various aspects of IT including coding, computer systems, graphic design, and web development.

32,279 Learners
99% Graduated
89% College-bound

Featured Resources

KPMG Future Leaders Program

The KPMG Future Leaders Program is a charitable initiative designed to increase the diversity pipeline of women in business and STEM fields. KPMG Future Leader Recipients will receive an annual scholarship of $10,000 per year for four years of college, plus leadership development opportunities such as the Future Leaders Retreat and mentorships

*The 2023 KPMG Future Leaders Program application is open now through January 31, 2023. CLICK HERE TO APPLY.

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Adobe's Free Professional Learning Resources

Adobe's professional learning courses range from 30-minute Lightning Learning courses, up to two-hours.

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Callisto: Space Innovation Tour


Come aboard the Orion spacecraft and discover the inner workings of new, special space technology heading to the moon during NASA’s Artemis I flight test.

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Report: What (and who) is holding women back in tech?

Logitech MX and Girls Who Code surveyed 400 Tech and IT workers, revealing the most influential breakthrough factors for women pursuing careers in these industries.

By educating about these key barriers and breakthrough factors in more schools, workplaces and society at large, we can support the success of more women in STEM.

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Read blogs about NAF AOIT's across the network

Blog articles related to the Information Technology pathway.

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Applied Digital Skills

Google Lessons

Applied Digital Skills is a free curriculum designed for an in-school, self-paced blended learning environment where learners practice life skills while building creative projects using Google’s Suite of apps.

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See What the Network is Saying

Since I’ve made the commitment to pursue my passion in Computer Science, I have made it my mission to inspire black kids who experienced the same pushback when pursuing their true passions.

Brandon Parrish
NAF Alumnus
University of Texas at Arlington

Capital One is committed to helping our future workforce achieve its full potential. Through our partnership with NAF, we are taking deliberate actions today to help students prepare for the careers of tomorrow. These paid internships will help empower our youth with digital skills needed in the quickly changing global economy.

Sanjiv Yajnik
Capital One Financial Services

I actually viewed interning in this new virtual environment as an opportunity to grow! Every day, our mentors have been there to help us and answer questions — I’ve enjoyed being able to learn from their expertise and practice networking. This experience has made me feel more connected to my academy and wanting to pursue other leadership opportunities.

Angelina M.
Milpitas High School

Thanks to our community, industry, postsecondary partners, and professional associations for their continued involvement in promoting future ready learning for NAF's educators and learners.