Seeking Coder Instructors to teach basic coding and computer usage to K-6 kids and their parents. Our goal is to potentially inspire children and their parents to pursue coding or other technology related fields as a hobby or career. Solid coding background and teaching abilities are imperative, as well as a talent for inspiring others and nurturing an excitement for education.
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RRRcomputer.org's vision is "1 Child, 1 Computer" to become a reality. Our mission is to reclaim, refurbish, reuse computers from recycling to reuse for education for low income K-12 kids. We reduce computer waste by refurbishing the computers to put back into circulation for the kids to use for internet search for research, and doing their homework assignment at home. The computers that are going to recycling is still useful for their needs. We do our part in saving the planet and improve the education of children.
1885 Mission Street, 2323 Broadway Oakland, San Francisco, CA 94103, US
RRRcomputer.org's mission is: "Diverting computers from recycling to desks of K-12 kids." We want to change the corporate culture to get a tax deductible computer donation instead of sending useable computers to be recycled for parts. If you have contact with companies, it would be great if you can spread the word about our goals of using the computers for education. Please visit RRRcomputer.org for detail info on the drive. You may contact us at 1-844-900-RRRC or donate@RRRcomputer.org to schedule a drop off or pickup outside of the donation drive date. Please spread the word with your social media. With your help, we all can help bridge the digital divide one kid at a time.
We are looking for volunteer leaders from the IT, Education, and Environmental professions to help make our organization a success. We are also looking for students from high schools, colleges and universities who want to make a difference in a kid's life by offering expertise in computer technology, education, and saving the environment. It takes a village to raise a kid; it also takes a community to help a kid in need catch up with the digital age.