One hundred and seventy five grade 7-12 students in Boston and Lowell, Massachusetts will use an online learning system to participate in IT-intensive engineering design programs at schools and community centers.
Ninety six students – with a focus on African-American and Hispanic youth - from the Danville, VA area will develop solid Information technology skills, and will acquire the background and encouragement needed to pursue higher education in STEM fields.
A partnership between Little Haiti Housing Association, computer clubhouses, and the YWCA of Greater Miami offers 90 Haitian and African American 7-12 grade students a collaborative media development program involving video, music and graphic arts.
Three hundred and fifty two middle and high school students in Hartford, CT gain IT skills in computer engineering and web applications by producing a DVD on IT careers, a project website, and by refurbishing computers for donation.
Over 400 teachers from a wide range of disciplines, and over 9000 grade 5-12 students mostly from rural and suburban NC, SC, and CA have engaged in computer science programming involving problem solving, animation, creativity, and story telling.
One thousand high school students from around the world – with a focus on females and minorities - work in teams to create an innovative solution to address global climate change and to present their solution and its global business potential.