Join us for this unique, interactive event as we celebrate 20 years of empowering youth to create technology with purpose!
Tuesday, May 9, 2017
409 East 59th Street
New York, NY
Featuring Mouse Students and Alumni
$50,000 Powering STEM
- Best Buy
$25,000 Powering Innovation
- Amy Kadomatsu and Robert Lopez
- Joanne and Fred Wilson
$15,000 Powering Diversity
$10,000 Powering Creativity
- The DiSanto Family
- Amanda and Colin O’Donnell
$5,000 Powering Education
- Bionic Solution
- Rashmy and Surath Chatterjee
- Comarch, Inc.
- Gene and Brenda DeRose
- Omari and Kerry-Ann Edwards
- Robin and Alice Griffiths
- Jack Hidary
- Joy Marcus and David Rosenberg
- Sheila Marmon and Steven Heuer
- Daniel Rabuzzi and Deborah A. Mills
- ROKO Labs
- Ed Tam
- Carole Wacey
In 1997, Andrew Rasiej and a group of Silicon Alley volunteers began wiring schools on the weekends in New York City schools to close the widening gap between schools and the new age of information.
Building off the success of this network of professionals and identifying the need to provide schools with on-going technology support, Mouse Founder Andrew Rasiej and Founding Executive Director Sarah Holloway established Mouse in October 1997.
As a result, Mouse emerged not only to "close the divide” and provide the necessary technology support, but for its potential to empower youth to use technology as a force for good and positively impact the world around them.
Please contact Janine Quijije, Mouse Director of Development, at email@example.com or 646.574.2962.
Tickets will be available to purchase until Monday, May 8th at noon ET.