Monday, April 23, 2012

From Tech Today: Donate electronics to help projects in Ghana, India

HOUGHTON -- Students from the Michigan Tech University Pavlis Institute are collecting electronics in good, working condition to donate to community centers and schools in Ghana and India. The Institute sends students abroad every year to complete service projects as a part of their curriculum for the Certificate in Global Technological Leadership. Students return to the same sites every year to maintain good relations with communities abroad.

Items Needed: computer mice, keyboards, speakers, headphones, USB drives, educational computer games, Webcams, digital cameras, disk drives, hard drives, Netbooks, monitors, desktop computers, laptops.

Drop off equipment at M and M 722 on campus during normal business hours. This can be done until mid-June.

For more information, contact Mollie Ruth at

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