StickyAlbums supports BRIDGEdotMN

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StickyAlbumsMinnesota tech startup StickyAlbums has recently made a $1k donation to BRIDGEdotMN, saying:

“Digital literacy has the potential to be the ultimate equalizer, creating opportunity for low-cost education and ultimately gainful employment. BRIDGEdotMN gives access to this potential to the kids who need it most, and is doing it in a responsible, and scalable way.”

Thank you StickyAlbums for investing directly into Minnesota technology future!

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Jeff Hinck supports BRIDGEdotMN

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Minnesota venture capitalist Jeff Hinck has recently made a $1k donation to BRIDGEdotMN, saying:

“If you are on the wrong side of the digital divide — it is like being illiterate — which can be very hard to overcome. With the right help early on, the returns over a lifetime are enormous.”
 
 
 
 
Thank you Jeff Hinck for investing into Minnesota’s technology future!

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Software for Good supports BRIDGEdotMN

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Software for Good BRIDGEdotMNMinneapolis web and mobile application developer Software for Good has recently made a $1k donation to BRIDGEdotMN, saying:

“We support Bridge.MN because we know these students are the future of tech in Minnesota. Very soon these students will become coworkers, collaborators and employees. The future success of tech in Minnesota depends upon the success of students like Abdi today.”

Thank you to the Software for Good team for investing into Minnesota’s technology future!

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LeadPlayer supports BRIDGEdotMN

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LeadPlayer BRIDGEdotMNMinnesota startup LeadPlayer has recently made a $1k donation to support BRIDGEdotMN, saying:

“One of our values is to share generously with others. A second value is to empower others to succeed. Bridge.MN represents the perfect convergence of those values.”

Thank you to the LeadPlayer team for investing into Minnesota’s technology future!

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Tony Abena funds BRIDGEdotMN

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Tony Abena BRIDGEdotMNMinnesota tech angel investor Tony Abena (Palantine Hill) made a $1,000 donation to BRIDGEdotMN this week, saying:

“I support it because every journey begins with a single step, and helping someone use technology to learn and grow is a great first step.”

Fantastic! Thank you Tony for investing into Minnesota’s technology future!
 
 
Mariyah BRIDGEdotMN100% of the funds will be used to provide Minneapolis 5th grader Mariyah with a new computer, mobile broadband and professional training.

BRIDGEdotMN is a collaboration among TECHdotMN, Project for Pride in Living (PPL), CTEP Ameri Corps, and Mobile Citizen formed to equip local kids with technology resources that increase their digital literacy skills.

For $1,000, you can invest in Minnesota’s youth by providing technology resources. Contact us now now to sponsor a pre-qualified local student in need.

Clockwork backs BRIDGEdotMN

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Clockwork BRIDGEdotMNMinneapolis digital agency Clockwork Active Media Sytems put $1,000 into BRIDGEdotMN earlier this week, saying that “It speaks to one of our core values – making technology accessible.”

Right on – thank you Clockwork for investing into Minnesota’s technology future!
 
 
BRIDGEdotMN Lateisha100% of the funds will be used to provide Minneapolis 7th grader Lateisha with a new computer, mobile broadband and professional training.

BRIDGEdotMN is a collaboration among TECHdotMN, Project for Pride in Living (PPL), CTEP Ameri Corps, and Mobile Citizen formed to equip local kids with technology resources that increase their digital literacy skills.
 
 
For $1,000, you can invest in Minnesota’s youth by providing technology resources for a pre-qualified student in need. Contact us now to sponsor 5th grader Mariyah.

Augusoft steps up on BRIDGEdotMN

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Augusoft BRIDGEdotMNWayzata-based edutech SaaS company Augusoft has just contributed $1,000 to BRIDGEdotMN, saying, “It’s simply the right thing to do.”

We couldn’t agree more — and thank Augusoft for their reinvestment into Minnesota’s technology future.

April BRIDGEdotMN100% of the funds will be used to provide Minneapolis 8th grader April with a new computer, mobile broadband and professional training.

BRIDGEdotMN is a collaboration among TECHdotMN, Project for Pride in Living (PPL), CTEP Ameri Corps, and Mobile Citizen formed to equip local kids with technology resources that increase their digital literacy skills.
 
 
For $1,000, you can invest in Minnesota’s youth by providing technology resources for qualified student in need. Contact us now to sponsor Lateisha or Mariyah.

The construction continues on BRIDGEdotMN this summer

by The TECHdotMN Team

BRIDGEdotMN trio

Meet Mariyah, April and Lateisha — three Minneapolis youth now eligible to participate in BRIDGEdotMN where they will receive a new computer, mobile broadband, and professional training.

BRIDGEdotMN is a collaboration among TECHdotMN, Project for Pride in Living (PPL), CTEP AmeriCorps, and Mobile Citizen formed to equip local kids with technology resources that increase their digital literacy skills.

For $1,000, you can invest in Minnesota’s future by providing technology resources for qualified student in need. Contact us now to sponsor one or more of these young ladies.

BRIDGEdotMN hits Clockwork & MCAD

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BRIDGEdotMNA lucky few out of the fifteen Twin Cities youth in the current BRIDGEdotMN class recently took a break from the norm and spent an afternoon finding inspiration from local software firm Clockwork Active Media Systems and the Minneapolis College of Art and Design (MCAD).

Program Coordinator Ben Estes describes the experience:

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