As a board member of the EDISON Alliance, Robert F. Smith is aiding a movement designed to bring affordable digital access and solutions to underserved people around the globe.
Robert F. Smith helped create internXL to establish an equitable entry into STEM and business careers for minority students who have achieved excellence, but otherwise might not have a shot.
Robert F. Smith works with multiple organizations to increase diversity in STEM, however many in the field are still struggling to get their work published.
Robert F. Smith is dedicated to creating opportunities for talent to rise and thrive in minority communities. One ongoing task is creating a pipeline to graduate programs and careers in STEM for HBCU students.
The National Park Foundation congratulates the winners of the 2021 “Share the Experience” photo contest and launches the 2022 photo contests for amateur photographers to enter.
Robert F. Smith works with the National Park Foundation to conserve areas across the U.S., like Yellowstone National Park which celebrates its 150th anniversary in 2022.
Many businesses across the country have partnered with Code.org to provide more computer science opportunities to K-12 students in the United States.
Find out how Robert F. Smith is helping preserve Black history and culture through Black History in Two Minutes (or so), a series of short educational videos.
When Life Hands You Lemons: 3 Brooklyn Teens on What it Takes to Graduate High School and Get into College
Three Brooklyn teens attending Eagle Academies share their stories on what it’s really like to get through high school as a Black male and go onto college.
Robert F. Smith’s Quest to Provide Opportunities for African American Students Expands with the Launch of Fund II Foundation’s internXL
internXL continues to provide quality jobs and internship opportunities for Black and LatinX innovators who don’t have the same opportunities as white students.