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Youth organization awarded $250,000

MOUSE has been awarded a $250,000 Grant from the Best Buy Children’s Foundation.
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MOUSE has been awarded a $250,000 Grant from the Best Buy Children’s Foundation. The Best Buy Children’s Foundation works with nonprofit organizations to support programs that provide opportunities for youth. Their goal is to provide positive experiences that will help young people to excel in school, engage in their communities, and develop leadership skills.

MOUSE is a youth development organization that trains and supports students in managing leading-edge technical support help desks in their schools, improving the ability to use technology to enhance learning, while also providing a powerful, hands-on 21st century learning experience for students.

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