A group of young creators around two computers and two sewing machines


Inspiring creators to think globally and act locally.

Broadcom Foundation has partnered with Coolest Projects to encourage young people who seek to solve problems that impact their communities related to health, sanitation, energy, climate change, and other challenges set out in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Broadcom Coding with Commitment illuminates how coding is both a language, skillset, and an invaluable tool for college and careers.

Broadcom Coding with Commitment Logo

Broadcom Coding with Commitment is a special recognition for a Coolest Projects creator aged 11–14 who uses code to express passion for improving their community. The 2022 winner of this special recognition was announced during the Coolest Projects Global celebratory event.

A young girl in front of her science project.

2022: A Guide to Climate Change

Sabrina from the United Kingdom created a website which teaches users about climate change. "I chose to make this project because I think climate change is one of the most important issues in the world right now," said Sabrina. "Some of us don't understand how important the earth is to us. And I hope we don't have to wait until it is gone to realise." Sabrina's project was selected for the Broadcom Coding with Commitment recognition at Coolest Projects Global 2022.

Screenshot of Sabrina's website, A Guide to Climate Change

2021: Cap for the blind

Archit Garg from the Code Club at Bhatnagar International School in India created a cap which uses an ultrasonic sensor to detect objects that are above a blind person's head. If an obstruction is near, a buzzer will alert the person. Archit's project was selected for the Broadcom Coding with Commitment recognition at Coolest Projects in 2021.

A hat for blind people with a sensor to detect obstructions