HP powers the future of high school students

Think back to end of June - students dreaming of lazy summers sleeping in and late nights out. Well, that wasn’t the case for 120 students at t John Polanyi Collegiate Institute in Toronto, Ontario, They geared up the “Power Your Future Summer Program,” an initiative that offers credit recovery, literacy, mathematics and leadership courses, as well as transition courses for students coming into high school.  Learn more about the kids....and the program....here.

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HP Catalyst Academy: Improving Education (& Grant Proposal Alert)

“The HP Catalyst Initiative started in 2010,” Explains HP’s Jim Vanides. Its mission: “To generate innovative models of teaching and learning in science, engineering, math and other related disciplines.” Learn more about the programs -- and the difference they can make.


Young entrepreneurs deserve technology

dionnewarwickteaser.jpgMany of you know Dionne Warwick as a famous singer, but did you know she has also been instrumental in making sure tomorrow’s entrepreneurs get a helping hand with technology? After completing her upcoming memoir on an HP notebook, Ms. Warwick had an idea. She approached us to see if we’d help her build a technology lab at the Dionne Warwick Institute of Economics and Entrepreneurship, an elementary school in her hometown of East Orange, N.J., that exposes students to progressive themes in economics and entrepreneurship. Here at HP, we understand the importance of developing and supporting young entrepreneurs. After all, this same spirit was shared by Bill and Dave as they started HP in the garage at 367 Addison Avenue.

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