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Students Developing a Better Future

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One of the things I care most deeply about is education, ensuring that the next generation has the opportunities they need to help build a better tomorrow.  This is why I personally invest time in support of the Imagine Cup, which brings together students from all over the world to apply their learning, their skills, their inspirations, and their passions to the world’s toughest problems. In the 10 years the Imagine Cup has been running, millions of students from hundreds of countries have participated, using technology to help fix the environment, eradicate diseases, address world hunger, improve gender equality, ensure
people everywhere have access to education and healthcare, and more.  The goals are lofty, but more impressive than the goals themselves are the solutions these students devise to achieve them. This year, the 10th worldwide finals are being held in Australia in July, with 372 students from 106 teams across 75 countries competing.  I’ve been fortunate enough to be involved in the program for all 10 years, and you can participate as well, from the comfort of your own office or home.  Over 60 of these teams have submitted videos to the People’s Choice Award competition, where you get to vote...(Read whole news on source site)

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