And I've seen how these programs can make a difference.
When I was in Lebanon, I visited a program called Girls Got IT, or Girls Got It.
And in this program, girls who have been studying computer skills and the STEM program
have a chance to work side by side with young professionals,
so that they can learn firsthand what it's like to be an architect, a designer or a scientist.
And when you see these girls, smiles on their faces, the hot lights in their eyes,
they are so excited, they have hope for the future. They want to change the world.
And now, with this program and these mentors, they'll be able to do it.
But these ideas and programs are just a start.
They'll only reach a fraction of the young people that we need to reach.
We want to take these ideas and find ways to scale them up.
To reach more young people in more communities, in more places around the world.
And we want to dream big.
Could every school, everywhere in the world, no matter how remote or mountainous,
or even if it's in a refugee camp, could they be connected to the internet?
Could we have instant translation for young people,
so that you could get a good education in your own language, anywhere in the world?
And would it be possible that we could connect the education in your school
with skills that you're going to need to get a job in your own community?
So that you actually can move from school to work. And more.