Editor’s Note: This is the second in a 4-part series of blog posts reflecting on the evolution and impact of Microsoft’s Community Technology Skills Program. To read more, please visit: http://blogs.technet.com/b/microsoftupblog/
When Microsoft first began working on strategies to increase access to technology in underserved communities, we assumed that the most successful programs would be those run by nonprofits with a track record of success operating community technology centers and ICT skills training programs.
It was a logical assumption, but, as we learned, not necessarily a correct one. In the eight years since we launched Read more…