Education Unbound's focus is on
​STEAM Education

People are losing jobs to automation in many industries, and 47% of the jobs could disappear in 20 years.

Moreover, the demand for high-tech talent is high, yet supply is low, and the high-tech talent shortage is getting worse.

Our society may end up like a town where half the people are starving, and the orchard’s fruits are rotting on the trees.

Our mission is to help increase the supply of high-tech talent and lower the impact of job losses due to automation. We will do this by helping increase the supply of STEAM graduates, support re-training, and cross-training programs to help people who are facing unemployment build new skills that are in high demand.
Within the STEAM domain, we will give special attention to Information Technology (IT), environmental science, and renewable energy.

The Foundation's goal is to support programs that help parents and kids better prepare for the future. We help expand the focus on STEAM education so we can increase the number of children that pursue it as a career. We plan to do this by:

  • Help create and support STEAM programs that create excitement and engagement in kids at an early age.
  • Support educational institutions that take the right steps to support STEAM education.
  • Support public policies that help in addressing this urgency.
  • Expand training offerings to cover the new skills that are in high demand.
Environmental Science
Education Unbound is committed to environmental studies, to assess the ways we interact with and affect it. We encourage research, design, and technology that addresses environmental concerns, offering alternative methods of interacting with the world around us and solutions to the problems we face. 

Information Technology
Demand for IT talent has been outpacing supply for many years now. The talent shortages in this area have been so prevalent, even though thousands of companies have been created to outsource IT work from high-demand countries to others with less demand.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US alone could generate as many as 4.2 million new jobs in IT by 2020.

The foundation provides support to educational institutions and businesses that are aligned with our vision and helps students obtain the 
education in IT through financial aid and other programs.     
Renewable Energy
To prevent further degradation of the environment and curb climate change we need to develop comprehensively sustainable practices. The Foundation plans to contribute to the creation of programs in renewable energy education.