Minnesota Computers for Schools works collaboratively with schools and educationally focused community organizations to provide technology solutions and skills training to individuals in need. Read more
Minnesota Computers for Schools works collaboratively with schools and educationally focused community organizations to provide technology solutions and skills training to individuals in need.
We are on a mission to close the digital divide in Minnesota.
Minnesota Computers for Schools is a non-profit organization that recycles and repairs donated computers and repurposes them to provide technology access and skills training to people who need it most.
Our programs include:
Computers for Classrooms: Through our computer donation and recycling program, we provide no to low-cost computers to schools and educational nonprofits.
CORE: IT: Our free technology workforce training program provides students with general computer literacy skills and credentials that lead to careers in networking, security, software technology, or hardware support.
Internship: Graduates of our CORE: IT program have the opportunity to apply for a paid 6-month internship at MCFS where they will put their new skills to use and continue to immerse themselves in the world of technology.
Lifelong Learners: Assists students who are frequently absent or experience significant difficulties in the classroom due to chronic illness or special needs. MCFS places computer equipment with program participants to help them stay engaged in their classes from home and succeed in school.