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Oprah’s The Life You Want Weekend: Toyota’s Standing O-Vation Award

Estella Pyfrom, founder and CEO of Estella’s Brilliant Bus is the Miami recipient of “Toyota’s Standing O-Vation Award” to be presented by Oprah on October 24, 2014. Keep Reading »

Estella Pyfroma and Oprah Winfrey  

The largest learning event in history: The Hour of Code is coming again!

Hour of CodeAnd this year, Estella’s Brilliant Bus is partnered to host our own events to show that anyone can learn the basics, and have fun doing it!

Last year, 15 million students tried and Hour of Code in one week. Join students all over the world for an Hour of Code during Computer Science Education Week, December, 8-14, 2014. We’re aiming for 100 million students worldwide to do an Hour of Code by the end of 2014!
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Diversity in the DevZone this Dreamforce

What does it really mean to have a diverse workforce? How can we grow the next generation of developers? Join us to hear from the thought leaders who are answering these questions with action, and see what you can do to make your workplace more inclusive Keep Reading »

2014 Tech Innovation Bus Ride to #YESWECODE

A multi-city, technology powered caravan with tech mentors, coding and entrepreneurship mini-workshops celebrating the launch of # YES WE CODE hosted at the 20th Annual Essence Music Festival in New Orleans. Keep Reading »

CNN Heroes

Brilliant Bus shrinking digital divide, helping poor students improve their grades & prepare for college and giving adults a chance to better themselves & improve their quality of life. Keep Reading »

Our Vision

Estella’s Brilliant Bus, formerly known as Project Aspiration, is a customized mobile learning center, designed to travel to communities and deliver services to children and families throughout the state of Florida, nation and world.

Have Knowledge Will Travel

In order to make the vision become a reality, Estella Pyfrom invested a large sum of her pension money into the project. She is confident that the project is helping to improve the quality of life for children and families and is making a difference…one child at a time and/or one family at a time.
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