Special Olympics turns stars of youth leadership program into constellations with Microsoft Teams

“Breaking down barriers with Microsoft Teams,” brought to you by @msftnonprofits, shows nonprofit organizations how the Special Olympics uses Microsoft Teams to create communities of inclusion throughout the world.

Youth leaders can now self-organize in Teams to network, share ideas and resources, and support each other as they interact through voice, video, and chat—no matter their background, language, and culture.

Based in Washington, DC, Special Olympics is a global inclusion movement with over 5 million athletes and 1 million volunteers that supports sport, health, education, and leadership programs every day to empower people with intellectual disabilities.

Now, youth leaders with and without intellectual disabilities have a richer platform they use to exchange knowledge and bring a wider world of diverse human talent and potential to their communities.

Using Microsoft Teams, the organization’s youth leaders across the globe collaborate and communicate more effectively, breaking down barriers, sharing their ideas, and driving greater inclusion.

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