Four of our partnerships in action.
Junior Achievement (JA) Worldwide
HP partners with JA in Brazil, Bulgaria, Colombia, Greece, Hungary, Indonesia, Peru, Romania, Spain, Tunisia and Türkiye. Through this partnership, more than 19,000 new students took HP LIFE courses in 2022. Learn more.
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
UNDP’s Istanbul International Center for Private Sector in Development (ICPSD) in partnership with the HP Foundation, is working to foster IT and core business skills development programs, while supporting entrepreneurial learning and providing access to educational resources. The Entrepreneurial Skills Development Initiative for the SDGs partnership offers programs which use HP LIFE content including training of trainers, establishment of local trainer networks, and online entrepreneurship bootcamps. ICPSD has organized train the trainer programs for partners in regions including Africa, the Middle East and North Africa, the Balkans, South Asia, and North and Central America. Learn more.
World Alliance of YMCAs
The HP Foundation partners with the World Alliance of YMCAs to narrow the digital divide by helping people—in particular, younger generations—acquire new skills, secure employment opportunities, and build a fulfilling future. Currently, YMCAs in seven countries—India, Ethiopia, Liberia, Kosovo, Scotland, East Jerusalem, and Long Beach, California—offer HP LIFE courses with a plan to expand to 30 countries by 2023. Learn more.
The HP Foundation and WorldSkills partner to offer BeChangeMaker, an online social entrepreneurship training program. BeChangeMaker gives people aged 18–35 the opportunity to develop their skills in a competition to design business solutions to solve social issues based on the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Participants take HP LIFE courses and receive support including coaching, tools, and mentorship from HP employee experts to develop their social business ideas. Learn more.