|  2017-01-11

2,000 high school students who are passionate about IT are creating mobile applications and other technical projects through the Opening Opportunities program, run by Microsoft Romania and the TechSoup Association

The passion for technology is supported for the third consecutive year by the mentoring program for high school students in computer science Opening Opportunities, run by the Techsoup Association in partnership with Microsoft Romania, as part of Microsoft YouthSpark global program.

Opening Opportunities is the first educational program that focuses mainly on the region of Moldavia, the second poorest region of the country and one of the poorest regions in the EU, responsing to the needs of students and schools of computer science from: Suceava, Piatra Neamt, Iasi, Focsani, Onesti, Barlad and Vaslui, but also Bucharest, Ramnicu Valcea and Lugoj.


For more information, please see the Romanian version of the article, here.


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