WE CREATE BREAKTHROUGHS ON CRITICAL SOCIAL CHALLENGES BY CONNECTING THE INNOVATION SECTOR WITH LEADING NON-PROFITS IN A STRUCTURED PROCESS.
WE WORK WITH THE BEST IN THE BIZ.
We drive scholastic achievement in the critical areas of math and science by combining resources and partnerships to provide innovative academic programs.
We look to leverage the full breadth of Cisco resources, and have developed several resources to enhance the capabilities of our nonprofit partners, in the form of employee contributions of time and expertise, product grants, and cash grants.
We speak up on behalf of military families and empower husbands, wives, and children to understand and access their benefits
We work nationally in support of community and government efforts to improve health outcomes while building sustainable community capacity.
Notre Dame students in a College of Arts and Letters course called Foundations of Business Thinking are the only class in the nation invited to participate in the inaugural gathering of ConvergeUS, a new nonprofit initiative dedicated to social innovation through technology.
Our vision is to help nonprofits worldwide to accomplish their missions through a bold and innovative social enterprise model.
The Military Child Education Coalition hopes to develop a digital portfolio tool that will allow children of military parents to track their academic progress to improve outcomes and quality of education.
Living Cities and ConvergeUS will attempt to implement a system of municipal analytics and data tracking. They seek to transform systemic operations of government and business to help alleviate institutions of inefficiency that cost society greatly, and specifically seek to assist those of a lower income.
A study of the role of Common Core Standards in strengthening innovative use of technology and Improving K-12 student achievement.
Thanks to the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for their support.
The organization has been awarded a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in the amount of $200,000 to research how common core state standards in education can better prepare students for success in emerging sectors, foster innovation in education and strengthen the long term competitiveness of the U.S. economy.View More