IBM and Sheltering Arms Celebrate 10 Years
Bright from the Start Commissioner Holly Robinson and the
The event marked a decade of local support for early education from IBM through its donation of more than 100 Young Explorer computers to Sheltering Arms' 17 locations since the program began.
United Way of Metro Atlanta President Milton Little and IBM Director Ann Cramer talk to preschoolers at Sheltering Arms in Downtown
Preschoolers at Sheltering Arms in Downtown
* Sheltering Arms is metro
*The IBM worldwide program, entitled KidSmart, is dedicated to helping reduce the digital divide, especially in urban areas where children often have limited access to computers at home.
* IBM has donated 900 computers to child care centers across
* United Way kicked off its early education commission in late 2008: http://www.unitedwayatlanta.org/e0-earlylearning.asp