1999 — The year QCEF was established. Mr. Barry Lam was positioned as chairman of the board, paving the way for the four key projects: art heritage, environmental protection, science and technology education, as well as social welfare. Named "Quanta Computer Education Foundation", the first Executive Director is Mr. Tim Lee.
2000 — In effort to greater embed multi-cultural education, the Board of Directors unanimously welcomed Mr. Hsiao-Yi Chin, formerly the Dean of the National Palace Museum, as honorary chairman.
2005 — Maximizing efforts and benefits from the limited resources for art education, the focus has turned to promotional awareness in meeting the cultural and educational objectives. Thus forth, Quanta Computer Education Foundation is officially recognized as “Quanta Culture & Education Foundation.”
2006 — Following the promotion of the Foundation's objectives, Ms. Yang Xiuyue takes position as the second Executive Director, shouldering the responsibility of Quanta "Immersed in Creativity" program and educational promotion.
2012 — Western advanced education concepts were introduced into Taiwan, and the topic of advancing education became popular. The third Executive Director, Lori Hsu, took over the task. In addition to deepening “Immersed in Creativity,” she also began to study Quanta “Design Learning” program. And include science and technology education in the promotion of foundations.
2004 — Quanta "Immersed in Creativity" was officially launched on January 1. The first theme exhibition was "Max Liu – Forever a Child at Heart."
2008 — The charitable donations from the employees of Quanta Group introduced the Quanta “Creative DNA Scholarship” on the principle of dedicated funds to support disadvantaged students with artistic potential to continue pursuing their interests and education, reducing the financial burden on their families.
2009 — After considering the “Immersed in Creativity,” and presenting the first Quanta Immersed in Creativity Award, QCEF provides the participating schools, teachers and students, a platform for social exchange in educational learning and performance.
2009 — When the devastation of Typhoon Morakot affected Taiwan, Chairman Barry Lam offered full support through QCEF with combined resources through donations by the Quanta Group and Quanta employees establishing the "Five-Year Action Plan to Rebuild Schools."
2013 — Based on “Immersed in Creativity,” Executive Director Lori Hsu through great efforts, formally introduces the Quanta "Design Learning" program.
2014 — The Quanta Global Culture Ambassador was designed to provide and open platform for dialogue between Taiwanese students and the world through engaging cultural interactions with the international candidates.
2018 — Chairman of the board, Barry Lam, expresses that as the trends in science and technology changes, Lam encourages the competitiveness in science and technology starting with the primary and middle school aged students. Executive Director Lori Hsu is since responsible for the expansion of Quanta "Immersed in AI ".
2018 — Following the trend of the digital learning era, QCEF partners with PaGamO, an online learning platform, in launching the Quanta “Education Through Gaming,” incorporating a love of art in children, with educational gaming.
2000 — 3rd Arts & Business Awards Golden Award
2001 — 4th Arts & Business Awards Golden Award
2002 — 5th Arts & Business Awards Golden Award／Special Award
2002 — MOE Social Education Promotional Contribution Group
2003 — 6th Arts & Business Awards Golden Award
2004 — 7th Arts & Business Awards Golden Award
2006 — 8th Arts & Business Awards Golden Award
2008 — 9th Arts & Business Awards Golden Award
2010 — 10th Arts & Business Awards Golden Award
2011 — MOE Highlights Foundation Award
2013 — WISE Awards Finalist
2014 — MOE 1st Arts Education Contribution Award (Excellence Group Award)
2015 — MOE Social Education Award (Group Award)
2017 — 13th Arts & Business Awards (Long-term Sponsorship Award)
2017 — “Think BIG of Learning 100” (Leader of Education Innovation Award)