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March 28, 2012
Two years ago, Microsoft employee Bill Hilf founded High Five Hope, an organization that uses basketball to help children in the Philippines build their confidence in hopes of giving them a path out of poverty.
As the 2008 fellowship award winners are announced, PressPass checks in with two past Microsoft awardees to see how the fellowships have helped them drive breakthrough research.
A regional robotics event highlights the cerebral side of competition and brings science and technlogy to life for high school students as they design, build and control robots.
Q&A: Microsoft’s Unlimited Potential program helps bridge the technology gap worldwide.
As a founding partner of Youth at Its Best, Microsoft helped give the program a running start with a $50,000 grant from the company’s International Community Affairs program.
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