Google has launched an advertising campaign for students to use in their schools to encourage them to learn and grow in science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) subjects.
Adverts for the project are targeting a wide range of subjects, with the goal of reaching as many students as possible.
It’s the first time that Google has created a STEM advertising campaign and will be the first ever to reach as many people as possible using its advertising technology.
In the video, a robot is seen helping students to build a computer model of a space station.
It’s not clear what the robot is doing but it’s believed it will help students to learn the basics of STEM and the subject.
Students will then see a tutorial on how to use Google AdWords, which will give them a quick overview of how the campaign works.
Google is launching its ad campaign for STEM to encourage more people to pursue their dreams and help build the skills they need to become successful in STEM fields, according to the company.
“Google is creating a platform to connect students and educators to the opportunities of science, engineering, and mathematics,” said Rob Price, vice president and chief content officer for Google.
“We’re making it easy for kids to reach their full potential by giving them access to the tools they need for learning, and to make smart choices when it comes to their future.”
“Google wants kids to explore and be curious about the world around them, to be able to make better choices about their lives, and, crucially, to get the education they need,” he said.
“By bringing kids into STEM, they’ll also be able take on leadership roles in their communities, be able work on innovative ideas and be empowered to help change the world for the better.”
The campaign, which was launched last week, has already attracted attention in the US, where a campaign for the same purpose was launched in 2017.
It is also part of Google’s push to educate young people about the subjects it offers students in the digital space.
Last month, Google launched a series of ads in the media and on social media aimed at promoting STEM subjects.
The company said it was targeting a “broad range of students from all backgrounds”, from students who want to learn about physics to students who may not have been able to get into an accredited STEM course.
The ads were created with the help of the Digital Learning Network, which offers online courses for students from underprivileged backgrounds.
The Google Adwords campaign will run for one year, with Google working to continue the initiative throughout the year.
The school-based campaign is part of a broader initiative to help children explore their own interests in science and technology, according a Google spokesperson.
The platform is designed to connect educators with young people to encourage interest in the subject and to help them get the most out of their education, Google said.
Google said the campaign would be made available to all Google Ads accounts, and is available to users of any device.
Google AdWords is a digital advertising platform that allows users to place, manage and display ads to their customers.
It offers ad formats such as videos, ads for mobile apps, paid search, and ads for online shopping.
Google’s digital advertising team said that it will also be offering “education” content through its own YouTube channel, which has more than 2 million subscribers.