Five Net Literacy summer programs conducted during the past 8 weeks will conclude on August 7th. Students at Northwest, Broad Ripple, Carmel, Brebeuf Jesuit, Howe Academy, John Marshall, Arsenal Tech, Manual, George Washington, Crispus Attucks, Haverford, DePauw, Purdue University, Indiana Univeristy, and several other schools repurposed more than 850 computers and designed and constructed a website that will be the foundation of Net Literacy’s fifth core program, Financial Connects. Computers were distributed to more than one dozen schools and nonprofits. The Financial Connects, a financial literacy website with more than 20 original videos contain 200 “best of class” financial videos, calculators, applications, articles, and interactive games, will be located at www.financialconnects.org when launched in the next month. Students also taught elementry school children Internet safety using Safe Connects (www.safeconnects.org) at three YMCA summer programs and planned and began to design a graphical user interface for a virtual campus. These programs were funded by Bright House Networks, Lilly Endowment, the Hoover Family Fund, Old National Bank, the Junior League, the Clowes Fund, and the Luminus Foundation. IUPUI provided the Net Literacy student volunteers over $80,000 in scholarships for their community service work.