Intel volunteers keep underprivileged children accompanied during weekends to expose them to new knowledge and expand their visions
The Intel Computer Clubhouse in the Shezi Island, established together by Intel and the Good Friend Mission, helps the children of underserved communities and school dropouts in North Taipei including Beitou, Shilin, and Zhongshan Districts, providing a creative, happy, and safe learning environment of information technology.
Because these underprivileged children have few opportunities to leave Beitou, Shilin, and Zhongshan to go somewhere else, Intel volunteers have been leading these children and teenagers to take a bicycle tour or accompanying them to an exhibition in every quarter since 2014.
In May this year, Intel volunteers took them to the National Taiwan Science Education Center, where Maker Faire Taipei 2016 was held. Intel volunteers introduced many innovative technologies at the exhibition to their young friends, who had great fun playing with the exhibits. The tour was intended to let the children observe the latest technologies as close as possible and stimulate their interest in personally applying technologies to daily life as what makers do.
Sharing different ideas about innovation, Intel volunteers and their young friends spent a happy day and became even closer to each other.
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