College Board Foundation
Pilots and Partnerships
Our innovative pilots and partnerships don’t just open doors—they ensure there’s something waiting on the other side, like career opportunities or a new skill. We create pilots to test new ideas to diversify access to opportunity. We work with partners to learn what works to measure progress in career pathways, civics, and the digital divide.
Amazon Future Engineers Program
The program welcomed hundreds of students inside one of the world’s largest companies, helping build a more diverse pipeline of future innovators at Amazon.
AP and Career and Technical Education (CTE)
We work with states and districts across the country to make sure AP credit translates into career opportunity for students who plan to enter the workforce after high school.
Together, we put students’ civic knowledge to work for voter registration drives and local government projects while putting computer science students’ skills on display for tech projects to serve their communities.
Two Codes: Partnership with Rhode Island Department of Education (RIDE)
Two Codes helps students build the knowledge, skills, and agency required to make a difference in the world, specifically by expanding access to AP U.S. Government and Politics and AP Computer Science Principles. The program has two educational goals: understanding how the U.S. Constitution works and how technology can power solutions to problems facing our world.
National Constitution Center
The National Constitution Center brings together people of all ages and perspectives to learn about, debate, and celebrate the U.S. Constitution. AP US History and AP US Government and Politics students use primary sources and the National Constitution Center's Interactive Constitution to explore how and why the right to vote has evolved in the United States.