Consistent with our commitment to donate 51% of gross revenues to charity, we’re pleased to announce ‘Teen Connect’ officially commenced last week in Minneapolis at Project for Pride in Living (PPL) headquarters when three beneficiaries became first-time computer owners.
Through this pilot program, the youth received modern hardware devices with unlimited 3G data plans courtesy of TECHdotMN and enrolled in a custom technology training program designed by PPL to help them make the most of their new tools. Thanks to TECHdotMN sponsors, contributors and readers for helping to make this a reality!
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18 year old Fardowsa is a senior at Roosevelt High.
“Computers are now part of everyday life and this computer provides me with the chance to improve my English skills and my studies to help reach the goal of attending college.”
14 year old Jose is an eighth grader at Anwatin Middle School.
“I plan to use the computer to do homework and listen to music. This will help prepare me for college where I aspire to be an airplane engineer.”
15 year old Ismail is in the 9th grade at Ubah Medical Academy.
“Having this computer will make it easier for me to prepare my essays and keep them with me at all times.”