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Corporate Sponsorships

Cargill + NewBoCo Cultivate Tech Literacy in Children Through CoderDojo!

Technology is changing at a faster pace than it ever has before. And the skills needed have to be taught at a young age so we can get kids up to speed with what's available out there in the job force in their futures. STEM is an area that NewBoCo has a strength in. We thought that they would be a strategic partner to focus on things like science, technology, engineering, and math, all areas that Cargill has opportunities.

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The New Bohemian Innovation Collaborative (NewBoCo) is a 501(c)(3)
organization located in the New Bohemia neighborhood of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.

Your corporate sponsorship supports entrepreneurship, innovation, and tech education that helps Iowans become more resilient and thrive in a changing economy!

2022 NewBoCo Annual Report

Our annual report

Read about how NewBoCo’s initiatives and your dollars are impacting communities all over Iowa! From more computer science classes in public schools in Waterloo, to Kiva borrowers in the Quad Cities, to community partnerships in Council Bluffs, NewBoCo’s work spans the region!

Our Mission + Your Generosity = Iowa's Growth!


NewBoCo Entrepreneurship is building a thriving ecosystem of entrepreneurial resources to create startup businesses in Iowa that impact the world.


NewBoCo’s comprehensive approach to education spans from K-12 programs aimed at fostering creativity, entrepreneurship, and coding skills in children to DeltaV, Iowa’s leading adult code school dedicated to empowering individuals through technical education. 

TCI is pleased to support the work of one of Iowa’s most innovative nonprofits, NewBoCo, and their STEM programming. Making health-focused lessons accessible online to students across the state opens up new opportunities they may not have known about or considered.”

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