A Global Competition to Prepare for Tomorrow

Posted by David Bowermaster
Administrator, Microsoft on the Issues

This week in Washington, DC, Microsoft hosted the U.S. Finals for the eighth annual Imagine Cup, a global competition that challenges young people to develop new technologies to help achieve the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals. Fred Humphries, managing director of federal government affairs, authored an op-ed, published Wednesday in The Hill, explaining the critically important purpose of the Imagine Cup: to help encourage more young people to develop the interest and skills in science, math and digital literacy that workers will need to succeed in a 21st-century global economy.

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