Success Stories

Making a Difference with Oracle Academy

Shared Success

Education is a collaborative experience between educators, students, content experts, institutions, and others. We are proud to share these stories of shared success with you.

Jake Sunday is a high school student from Utah who can already add a handful of impressive items to his resume. His biggest project to date, Alice Arcade, landed him a turn as a keynote speaker at JavaOne4Kids 2016.

Teen’s Vision Vows to Change the Programming Education Game

RBS teams up with New College Lanarkshire and Oracle Academy to create a pool of trained software developers ready for the modern workplace

Combating the IT Skills Gap

Penn State Behrend students have the opportunity to learn with Oracle eBusiness Suite software, used by companies and organizations worldwide.

Preparing Today’s Business Leaders

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Dr. Bill practices “differentiated instruction” to help students engage in various aspects of technology.

Dr. Bill Heldman, Warren Tech Central

ICTACT collaborates with Oracle Academy to bring state of the art computer science education to its associated schools and colleges.

Providing Better Learning

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In 2015, UTC joined Academy to ensure students benefit from leading edge programming and database skills.

Federico Cruz Arcos, Tecnológica de Coahuila (UTC)

Through the partnership with the Oracle Academy, INACAP’s educators help students learn the academic and hands-on IT skills.

Bringing CS to more than 21,000 students in Chile

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Oracle Academy has helped Dr. Juby Mathew educate students and provide teachers with world-class training.

Dr. Juby Mathew, Amal Jyothi College of Engineering

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Gail has witnessed success for her students—inside the classroom and beyond—thanks to Oracle Academy.

Gail D. Drake, NVCC and Battlefield High School

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Oracle Academy’s Big Data Bootcamp gave William’s students the opportunity to experience Big Data using live information.

William McRae, Forth Valley College

Hardware and Software, Engineered to Work Together