Powering schools in the Peruvian Amazon
Powering Potential is continuing its mission with a new computer lab in the San Francisco Rio Itaya School in the Belén District.
Powering Potential celebrates 10-year partnership with the Segal Family Foundation
The close, long-time relationship has been a key factor in bringing their “Educating through Technology” programs to rural students in Tanzania.
When Hurricane Harvey hit, they relied on one news source
PBS and local stations use expertise and the power of broadcast technology to help ensure public safety in communities nationwide.
Learn with the world in this international online community
For more than 30 years, iEARN's international network of youth and educators have been collaborating on projects designed to make a difference in the world.
Making the tools of technology accessible to everyone
Powering Potential began in 2006 as Founding Director Janice Lathen’s dream of bringing educational access to remote locations without electricity.
How one high school teacher stays inspired
A high school English teacher in Alaska shares how PBS's meaningful content keeps her energized and helps her avoid burnout.
Changing the game
GameChanger’s founders dedicate their lives to helping others through their battles against life-threatening illnesses.
How to use Instagram to spread your nonprofit’s mission
While traditional methods of volunteer recruitment and fundraising are effective, technology allows nonprofits to find new ways to attract supporters.