Best Buy center gives Minnesota teens access to technology

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Best Buy’s Teen Tech Center at Minneapolis Central Library is serving underprivileged youth by providing them with hands-on access to technology.

Minnesota Public Radio reports that about 300 teens are active members in the free program. The program provides teens with computer software and equipment that they can use to learn new skills and make things. Available technology includes virtual reality headsets, a green screen and a soundproofing recording studio.