Through its After School Advantage Program, International Game Technology (IGT) strives to address the needs of underprivileged and at-risk children ages 5 to 18 with a meaningful and enjoyable learning experience during the critical after-school hours in a safe environment. A computer center must be supervised and may not be used for simple entertainment, such as playing video games. Efforts must be made to provide a well-organized and technology-based educational environment in which children can learn basic computer skills and use these resources to complete educational projects.
Public schools and qualified nonprofit organizations may participate in the After School Advantage Program. To be eligible to apply, a public school or nonprofit group must have an existing after school program in need of a digital learning center, or a renovation of an existing center; serve children that After School Advantage targets, and have the staff and means to sustain the computer center once established. Proposals must be submitted online.
Eligibility: Public, Charter, Other (including homeschool, 501 (c)(3) organizations)
Award: Awards vary.
Deadline: Proposals are accepted year-round.
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