Wednesday, September 18, 2013 -
2:45pm to 5:00pm EDT
Philanthropy New York, 4th Floor, 79 Fifth Avenue, NYC
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Nonprofits and the education system are filling the pipeline for the fastest growing tech sector in the U.S. — New York City. Join our panel for a conversation about the ubiquity of apps, social networks and all other kinds of digital media, with a particular focus on its interaction with education, youth and the future workforce.
- Implications for grantmaking related to the cross sector topics of digital media and learning, the education pipeline and workforce development
- NYC as a case study for paving the way as the fastest growing tech sector in the U.S.
A Philanthropy New York Members Briefing sponsored by the Booth Ferris Foundation, Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation, The Hearst Foundation, The Pinkerton Foundation, The New York Community Trust, Stavros Niarchos Foundation and the David Rockefeller Fund, in collaboration with Media Impact Funders, NYC Youth Funders, NYC Workforce Funders and Grantmakers for Children, Youth and Families.
This program is "Mostly Open."
- Daniel Huttenlocher, Dean, Cornell NYC Tech
- Kerry McCarthy, Program Officer for the Arts, The New York Community Trust
- Michael Preston, Senior Director of Digital Learning, New York City Department of Education Office of Post Secondary Readiness
- Andrew Rasiej, Founder, MOUSE and Chairman, NY Tech Meetup
- Kathryn Wylde, President, Partnership for New York City
- Manoush Zomorodi (Moderator), Reporter and Host, New Tech City, WNYC
All intersted funders.