Corporate Social Responsibility
AU Multiventures and Kart Konnect embody the core values to Give Back to the community by giving children exposure to the world of STEM, computer science, and product development, supporting diverse communities, and fostering employee engagement. We strive to create transformative change in our communities and to inspire our employees toward a lifetime of committed service.
Volunteer events organized
Hours of Free STEM coaching
Live sustainability projects
Websites built by Volunteers
Apps built by Volunteers
We partner with Code Next (a free, computer science education program that meets Black, Latinx, and Native high school students in their own communities), Mootshot Jr.( a Silicon Valley-based startup, that is remodeling the concept of empowering today’s innovators, and turning them into tomorrow’s entrepreneurs.) and local community learning centers to provide free skills and inspiration they need for long and rewarding careers in computer science-related fields.
The idea is to provide Free Software training for middle and high school kids via programming sessions for them to learn about computer science and problem-solving. They become creative, computational thinkers. Students develop into confident, purposeful makers as they engage in both solo and team projects during our programs, which are after school and on the weekends. They produce websites, programs, and other demonstrations of their learning and interests. Many of our Free training projects are led by Volunteer High School students who assist their peers to get engaged in STEM and computer science-related projects.
Participants engage in curriculum, learn from coaches, and drive their own projects–such as designing and programming a robot and 3D printing an Android chess set. After months of learning, students become creators of technology that they can share with their community. They also gain access to Google mentors, tech experts, and the latest in technologies, from laptops to virtual and augmented reality
Students develop into confident, purposeful makers as they engage in both solo and team projects during our programs, which are after school and on the weekends. They produce websites, programs, and other demonstrations of their learning and interests.
Our Volunteer students displayed a great initiative during COVID 19 and built an informational website(gocovid19.org) that allows everyone to have access to the latest tracking and other updates on the COVID 19 pandemic. These were unprecedented times and the information and data for this website were collected from various reliable sources including WHO, CDC, John Hopkins University and MOHFW India.