Block22 was recently invited to be a part of the Next Generation Learning Spaces Conference in Los Angeles.
Shawn Naccarato, a representative from the organization, was one of the 35 leaders to speak at the event. And he focused his speech around the idea of “zipcode should not determine destiny,” and highlighted bringing tech to small communities. He says speaking with community leaders from all over the nation has made him more interested in what is next for Block22.
“We’re really pleased that we’re able to share our story about this and talk specifically about thinking of new ways in which people can learn,” says Shawn Naccarato.
Moving forward, Block22 is looking to incorporate even more technology to their facility. And even expand their work space to make it more accessible to those looking to connect with others.