The CareerTech Challenge has been launched by the Department for Education and Nesta to ensure workers are equipped for future employment.
This Get Online Week, charities are being encouraged to nurture digital champions within their organisations that will help them to be motivated and proactive and support wellbeing in the workplace.
The #NonGraduatesWelcome initiative is aimed at encouraging diversity and inclusion in recruitment, encouraging employers to think out of the graduate box.
VR can help people empathise with those on the autistic spectrum in new and immersive ways, raising awareness and gaining support.
Innovation charity Nesta has named the ten charity projects that are looking to see their technology ideas to combat social exclusion turned into reality.
Cocktails and coding, the search for digital beacons and a live coding session are among activities taking place during National Coding Week from16 September.
The organisation's ten-year strategy is set to prioritise tech issues such as digital inclusion and helping the public enjoy the arts and culture.
A YouTube film has been released to promote the link up that sees the chocolate brand remove words from its products and donate 30p for every bar sold.
Social media is among major factors in mental ill-health among young people, who are increasingly turning to online support services for help, says the charity Young Minds.
This year's Meet and Code grants for youth coding events are open for submission until 8th September - submit your idea now for a chance to win 500 euros towards your event.