Afterschool is an excellent opportunity to provide quality digital and computer science learning experiences to students who may not have the chance to get online during the school day – but only if the program has the resources to connect them to computer science education. If you’re eager to establish a digital learning center, IGT is interested in helping your program thrive!
Scope: IGT requests applications for its After School Advantage (ASA) Program. The program seeks to close the digital divide for disadvantaged children who get left behind because they do not have the means to access computers in today's increasingly digital society.
Funds: Grants consist of digital learning centers. Each digital learning center is unique in its design and specific to an organization's custom needs.
Eligibility: Nonprofit community agencies and public schools.
Areas: Proposed programs should address the needs of underprivileged and at-risk children ages 5-18 with a meaningful, yet fun, learning experience during the critical afterschool hours in a safe environment.
Contact: Ashley Miller, public relations representative, (775) 448-1577.
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