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TechYouth program receives $10,000 for Pathways pilot project

Ottawa, Ontario May 5th 2015 – A pilot project aimed at youth participants of the Pathways to Education program received a generous grant from The Community Foundation of Ottawa. This is a great step in advocating for computer career skills [...]

2015 INTERNS NEEDED

The non-profit positions and their main tasks are described as follows: Social Media Intern - Creating and managing social media content (imagery, video and/or copy) - Producing newsletters and other communication materials for internal and external audiences - Assisting events [...]

Warehouse Sale: May 22nd – May 30th, 2015

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Please Support the TechYouth Program for 2015

Quote “I came to CompuCorps to learn about computer how to recyle, assemble and disassemble. CompuCorps really helped me to learn more about computers.”

TechYouth exemplifies CompuCorps’ involvement in the community by providing youth with the opportunity to interact with technology.

“My first computer job” has been created to provide opportunities for the underprivileged youth to gain practical paid work experience.

OUR MISSION

To benefit Canadian society by providing at risk groups (Aboriginal,
youth,  seniors and those living with disability) career and life skills
training focused on access to technology (computers) and the internet.
Three programs: TechMentor, TechReuse and TechYouth.

HOW DOES YOUR DONATION HELP?
  • Providing affordable, licensed, and guaranteed computer systems to charities, non-profits, and underprivileged people
  • Diverting hazardous materials away from landfill sites
  • Giving underprivileged youth the opportunities to gain practical work experience
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TechReuse is a service of CompuCorps Mentoring, a registered Canadian charity helping other charities become more integrated into our networked society through computer volunteer projects, technical support, training, technology planning for people with limited access to technology. LEARN MORE

The typical desktop computer is relatively expensive for many families. At the same time, having a computer is very advantageous. So by providing free or low-cost refurbished computers, we can help these families become part of our computer-driven society. LEARN MORE

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TechYouth exemplifies CompuCorps' involvement in the community by providing youth groups with opportunities to interact with technology. YouthZoom is a project run under TechYouth. LEARN MORE