PCs for People helps the needy join the world of the wired



By Gail Rosenblum, Star Tribune

“The success story called PCs for People began because Andy Elofson saw things differently. Or, more precisely, saw one teenager differently.

Elofson is a Mankato social worker. Back in 1998, he connected with a “troubled teen” who’d been kicked out of school for hacking into a computer. All Elofson saw was a teen with great computer skills. So he gave the kid a gently used computer he found under a stairwell at the Blue Earth County Government Center.”

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