YouthSpark in action: Adrian Ordoñez Tostega

By Megan West, Citizenship & Public Affairs, Microsoft Adrian Ordoñez Tostega spent the past few months in the Seattle area volunteering with a local nonprofit focused on helping immigrant families learn relevant technology skills to improve their employability. Adrian, who hails from Mexico, is a member of the Innovate for Good program and we had…


Mexico’s student exchange program comes to Microsoft where we all learn something from one another

Donna Woodall, East Region Citizenship Lead, Microsoft Corporation Earlier this week I had the pleasure of hosting Jovenes en Accion, an exchange student program consisting of more than 65 students aged between 15-18 from various cities in Mexico who spent the past five weeks with U.S. host families and on college campuses across the country…


Microsoft Trabaja Mano a Mano con ONGs para Crear Centros Tecnológicos en México

2011 marca un año importante para Microsoft Community Technology Skills Program (CTSP) en México. En colaboración con varias ONG locales, el equipo del país está creando nueve Centros Tecnológicos Comunitarios (CTC) para ayudar a mejorar las oportunidades de empleo y aumentar la productividad de más de 11.000 personas en las comunidades marginadas en Chihuahua, Coahuila,…


Microsoft and Partner NGOs Building Community Technology Centers across Mexico

2011 will mark an important year for the Microsoft Community Technology Skills Program (CTSP) in Mexico. In collaboration with several local NGOs, the country’s team is busy creating nine Community Technology Centers (CTCs) to help improve job opportunities and increase productivity for more than 11,000 people in underserved communities in Chihuahua, Coahuila, Distrito Federal, Estado…