Interactive Intelligence Foundation announces Request for Proposals for programs geared toward at-risk youth

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The Indianapolis-based Interactive Intelligence Foundation was established in 2010 by Interactive Intelligence Group, Inc., a global provider of business communications software.

The foundation has announced a Request for Proposals from organizations working to foster life improvements for at-risk youth. Special emphasis is placed on projects that promote technology education among the targeted at-risk youth sector.

To be eligible, organizations must have 501(c)(3) tax-exempt status and support at-risk youth up to the age of 18. Priority will be given to STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math)-related projects, as well as those projects with a specific start/stop time and measurable outcomes.

The foundation does not support administrative or overhead costs. All money received from the foundation should be appropriated to the specific project for which funds were requested.


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