Mario Morino often makes speeches and presentations around the Morino Institutes focus issues. Here are some of his presentations about Closing social divides.
In "Policy and Philanthropy: Keys to Closing the Digital Divide," Mario Morino outlines his vision for transforming the Digital Divide movement into a powerful social force that brings profound change to communities. The speech was delivered at the U.S. Department of Commerce TOP Conference on October 30, 2000.
In "Statement on "Bridging the Digital Divide," Mario Morino offers six suggestions for ways to bring both "halves" of our society together in meaningful ways.
In Community@Work: Rethinking How We Help Young People, Mario Morino outlines his vision for reaching out to young people and their families through out-of-school programs that harness the power of the Internet. In this way, young people in low income communities will have greater opportunities to participate in the New Economy. This speech was delivered at the Potomac Regional Educational Partnership Spring Conference, April 26, 1999, at George Mason University.
Taking Action: A Business Commitment to Youth was presented to the Greater Washington Business Philanthropy Summit in April, 1998. Mario Morino presented seven engagement strategies for the consideration of the 380 business and civic leaders who attended the session.
The Impact of Technology on Youth in the 21st Century provides 10 suggestions for teachers, parents and community workers for ways in which a difference can be made for children and youth.
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