The Sagrera Palomo Foundation's iSupérate! Education Program started in 2004 with the establishment of the first iSupérate! Training Center in San Juan Opico, La Libertad. Soon, four additional centers opened in El Salvador under a franchise model in which other foundations opened centers using the iSupérate! brand. At the centers, a total of 950 youth have received two hours of classes in English, life skills and values as well as computer training six days a week, either before or after their normal public school day. Donation of software licenses by Microsoft has given iSupérate! participants access to the technological tools. USAID signed a public-private alliance on July 14, 2010 with Microsoft El Salvador and the Sagrera Palomo Foundation to bring educational opportunities to low-income, at-risk youth in El Salvador. With a total investment of $3.9 million, of which $1.5 million will come from USAID and $2.4 million from the Sagrera Palomo Foundation, and with support from Microsoft to obtain software licenses, the alliance hopes to open six training centers over the next three years to benefit over 1,000 high school students.