Technology Services Corps

Technology Services Corps is a non-profit organization based in the Seattle area that engages youth in technology-oriented service projects, including working in teams to refurbish used computers, to install them in underserved areas around the world, and to teach the recipients in the use and maintenance of the computers. TSC promotes leadership and skill development, community service, and global perspectives in youth who are engaged in the organization. It also promotes access to technology for communities around the world that lack such access due to limited resources.
Apr 21, 2015

Planning Next TSC Trips

TSC is actively preparing for two trips to Guatemala this summer, and a trip to Vietnam again in Spring 2016.  TSC is beginning to plan with the Vietnam Scholarship Foundation to install computers in at least two more reading rooms.

The computer labs have been successful with students learning many new skills, helping them do well in school and prepare for higher education and jobs.

See the link below to learn more about the past trip to Vietnam from the blog and photos.

We appreciate your support of our work and look forward to sharing news about our future trips.

Links:

Dec 16, 2014

Next TSC Trips

Students Learning Quickly
Students Learning Quickly

TSC continues to work closely with the Vietnam Scholarship Foundation (VNSF).

We are planning another trip for April 2016 to install two more computer labs in VNSF's reading rooms as well as check in on the labs installed this year.

TSC is going to Guatemala and spending time developing a stronger curriculum to assure that both teachers and students in schools are well trained to use the computers.

Thanks for the ongoing support that donors provide to TSC.  You make it possible for Seattle students to receive scholarships and go on life changing trips like this.  It also gives an important gift of computer resources to students in other countries to increase their learning and open more opportunities for their future.

Wishing you a happy holiday season.

Making Friendship Bracelets
Making Friendship Bracelets
New Friends
New Friends

Links:

Sep 12, 2014

Students Using Computers

TSC Team teaching how to use the computers
TSC Team teaching how to use the computers

The students in the schools are busy using the computers -- learning how to use Microsoft Office programs such as Word and Excel.  This will help them be better prepared for higher education, and for training for future jobs.

Many new friendships were formed and we loook forward to staying in touch with the children and teachers in these schools.

A special thanks to the Vietnamese Scholarship Foundation for their continued support of the computer labs as well as the ongoing scholarships they give to students in these communities so they can go to school and college.

TSC looks forward to working with VNSF in the future to add more computer labs to other sites and continue supporting these labs as well.

More Teaching Time
More Teaching Time
Learning Fast
Learning Fast
New Friends
New Friends
 
   

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