Tackling America’s Dropout Crisis

This past weekend, American Graduate Day recognized the Intel Computer Clubhouse Network as part of its national campaign to provide long-term assistance to tackle the nation’s dropout crisis.

The Intel Computer Clubhouse Network is a community-based, after-school education program operated by the Boston Museum of Science in collaboration with the MIT Media Lab. Computer Clubhouses offer an environment of trust and respect where young people can develop technological fluency and collaborative work skills.

Intel has supported the Computer Clubhouse Network for more than a decade – and we are proud of the work they’ve done to help kids stay in school – not just in the United States, but in 20 countries around the world. Watch this video to learn more:

Linda Qian

About Linda Qian

Linda focuses on CSR communications both internally and externally with Intel's global Corporate Responsibility Office. She graduated in December 2009 with a Bachelor of Science in Conservation and Resource Studies from the UC Berkeley College of Natural Resources. Follow Linda on Twitter at @lindalqian and @Intelinvolved. She is also active on LinkedIn, Google+, Facebook and Instagram.

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