Qwest donates $25,000 for education
December 22, 2009
Qwest Communications International
donated $25,000 for five educational projects in
Grant recipients were selected in partnership with Innovate-Educate New Mexico and the local affiliate chapter of the International Society for Technology in Education.
provide $5,000 grants for three projects: magnet curriculum for
arts and science at
$4,000 grant will benefit the Advanced Placement Computer
Science and Supercomputer Challenge project in
$3,000 will help finance travel and expenses for grant
recipients to attend a statewide teacher conference in
Qwest (NYSE: Q) considers education a priority for its charitable donations, said Qwest New Mexico President Loretta Armenta in a news release.
“At its heart, the Qwest Teachers and Technology grant program is designed to better prepare New Mexican students to compete and succeed in our technology-driven world by helping teachers get technology into their classrooms to introduce and reinforce key concepts,” Armenta said.