TECHdotMN launches BRIDGEdotMN

by The TECHdotMN Team


Over a year in the making, BRIDGEdotMN was created to help underprivileged students in grades 5 – 12 throughout the Twin Cities increase their technology skills and facilitate the exploration of STEM careers.

We started this from scratch — by donating 51% of TECHdotMN’s gross revenues to seed fund the initiative, we’ve served seven youth to date.   In addition to funding, we have been thoughtfully developing the program curriculum and measuring outcomes in collaboration with partners Project for Pride in Living (PPL), CTEP AmeriCorps, and Mobile Citizen.

We’re a for profit business solving a  social problem relevant to the same industry you operate in and we champion on a daily basis.  It’s up to our community to make it happen!


For $1,000, you can invest in Minnesota’s future by providing a computer, one year of mobile broadband and technical training for a local student in need. Both individuals and corporations can make tax-deductible contributions ranging from $100 to $43,000 — the amount necessary to fulfill this phase of the project and help 50 local youth become 21st century digital citizens.

Thanks to our new and renewing sponsors:

Your contributions to TECHdotMN and BRIDGEdotMN are ahead of the curve!

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  • Danny Schreiber

    Nice! Congrats on the official launch of this initiative – very proud of you guys for undertaking.