Donated Laptops Aid At-Risk Youths

LWN - Easter Seals summer-youthLandmark graduate Michael Sutter owns a computer company that allows nonprofit organizations access to used, business class computer hardware at a small fraction of its original cost. This summer, Sutter’s BBC Technology Solutions donated 30 refurbished laptops to Cincinnati’s Youth 2 Work program through Easter Seals.

““We are passionate about work we do, and are happy to work with local non-profits for the technology needs,” said Sutter. “We understand that our at-risk youth need a helping hand in order to realize their full potential.”

The laptops made sure that sufficient computers with internet access were available for job training and completing applications, as well as word processing for resumes and cover letters.

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  • December 22, 2016 at 11:47 pm
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