Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Microsoft Curriculum Donation Program

Microsoft Community Affairs worked with a number of BDPA chapters (Chicago, Greater Columbia, Memphis, New Jersey, New York, Seattle and Twin Cities) in their Curriculum Donation Program.

Despite incredible advances in innovation and the proliferation of personal computers over the past decade, 90 percent of the world’s population still lacks access to the technology tools they need to compete in today’s “knowledge economy.”

To address this issue, Microsoft actively seeks to partner with non-governmental organizations, governments, and others to find innovative product or community investment strategies that can increase technology access and software availability for individuals and communities around the world.

There are 2 choices of curriculum.
  1. Unlimited Potential Curriculum
  2. Digital Literacy Curriculum
Applications are accepted throughout the year.

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