This program is an after-school, community based learning program that enables youth in underserved areas to access cutting-edge technology and become self-confident, motivated learners and leaders. The network is based on a learning model created by the Boston Museum of Science in collaboration with MIT Media Labs. Intel joined as lead sponsor in 2000 and has invested more than $35.0 million in ICCN. The network has over 100 clubhouses in 20 countries, which provide over 25,000 youth access to technology.
Initiative aims to improve the retention rate of science and engineering students.
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