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Details about Partner Agencies are available here. The following is a quick summary.
|People’s Resource Center||PeoplesRC.org||
The PRC Computer Access and Training Program provides free classes in computer skills and software, including Intro to Computers, Windows Fundamentals, Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
As a Microsoft Registered Refurbisher, PRC takes donated computers and refurbishes them for distribution to people who need a home computer.
The Dr. Fix-It program provides free repairs on home computers for PRC clients.
Techboomers.com is a free educational website that teaches older adults and others with limited computer skills how to use the most popular websites and apps on the Internet.
Within the for-profit company, Technocycle has a a community outreach program which provides a free computer to all incoming First Graders attending Berry Elementary, an Environmental Science Magnet School located in North East Houston. Each student receives an Internet-enabled computer equipped with Windows 2007 operating system, Office 2007, Anti Virus software, and Internet Filtration Software.
Technocycle is working with outside sponsors to underwrite the cost of providing Internet access to the students, working with Berry Elementary, a non-profit organization.
|Technology System Solutions||Technology System Solutions||
Technology System Solutions (TSS) is a non-profit organization committed to helping the under-resourced neighborhoods, and the organizations that serve them, have access to and use of information and communication technology.
Premised on the belief that substantive, supported access to technology will be a powerful catalysts and incentive for all to pursue their life, education and employment goals, our mission is to ensure that all families regardless of income, have access to information technology and the capacity to take advantage of the academic, economic, and social opportunities that today’s technology affords.
|Veterans Court Technology Clinic||Veteran’s Court Technology Clinic||
The Veterans Court Technology Clinic is a 501c3 operating over the last five years in St. Louis, MO. We serve the underserved: homeless, people re-entering society from prison, and people with little or no personal resources, many of them veterans. We teach them fundamental computers skills, help them with resume writing and equip them with a free computer upon graduation.