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Partner Profile: Island Officials

We were so fortunate to partner with Island Officials, the game-creating geniuses!  Established in 2007, Island Officials is a game development studio based in Southern New Jersey. The company is an officially licensed developer with Nintendo, Sony and Apple and

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Partner Profile: Rising Sons

We worked with Rising Sons because, plain and simple, they are a wonderful organization. Based in Philadelphia, their main purpose is to reverse the negative trends of the urban communities.   They target underprivileged youth (primarily males) to open their eyes to

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Partner Profile: After School Activities Partnerships

After School Activities Partnerships (ASAP) is a wonderful organization, and partner, that seeks to improve student’s lives by providing after school opportunities to keep students in a learning environment and out of harms way. Created in 2002 in response to

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Partner Profile: Big Brothers Big Sisters Southeastern Pennsylvania

We knew when we started development for the game we wanted to highlight how important a mentor can be on a student’s life. We immediately sought out the help of the experts: Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania. For

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The ‘A’ Game’s Launch Party!

Last Thursday, May 2, MiND hosted an event to celebrate the successful launch of The ‘A’ Game with the 20 organizations that lent a helping hand with the project. At the event, participants could play the game, watch the 5

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Partner Profile: Philadelphia Education Fund

Once we knew our project would be for middle school students, we immediately sought the advice and support of the Philadelphia Education Fund. The Ed Fund’s  mission is to improve the quality of public education in Philadelphia and the region, so

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Partner Profile: City Year

From the earliest days of The “A” Game’s development, we’ve worked with City Year. City Year is wholly focused on fighting the national dropout crisis. They have committed to leverage the talent, energy and idealism of corps members to serve

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