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Best Buy Teen Tech Center Opens at Richfield Middle School

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Best Buy Teen Tech Center Opens at Richfield Middle School

We are excited to announce the opening of our Best Buy Teen Tech Center at Richfield Middle School! Through our partnership with the Best Buy Foundation and powered by Premium Retail, students at RMS have access to create, learn and explore using the latest technology. 

At the Teen Tech Center, students can develop critical skills for their future careers through hands-on activities that explore their interests in photography, augmented and virtual reality, digital media, 3-D design, audio engineering, film production and more.

“We believe that every young person deserves the opportunity to pursue their dreams, and that’s at the heart of the Teen Tech Center,” said Andrea Wood, Best Buy’s vice president of social impact. 

After school, students can explore the latest technology with adult mentors and volunteers on hand to provide support as students create, innovate and explore. Additionally, students have access to career training programs, internships, job opportunities and scholarships for post-secondary education.

We are excited to offer this opportunity to our students at Richfield Middle School and look forward to seeing the amazing projects and ideas they will create through the Best Buy Teen Tech Center!

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