the New Zion Community Development Center get right to the heart of the operation inside a
personal computer during a one week computer repair class at the MTTC.
PLUG IN FOR CHRISTMAS AT MTTC
Louisville, Kentucky: The McConnell Technology and Training Center (MTTC)
upgraded the computer skills of twelve Louisville Middle and High School students
during a pre-Christmas class at MTTC. At the end of the five-day class, each student
carried home a computer that they personally assembled.
In this instance, the MTTC helped these future "computer
professionals" refine the skills they learned at the New Zion Community Development
Center. The MTTC offers this computer training to students that have an interest in
learning how a computer works. A combination of hands-on instruction and classroom lecture
builds a solid base of computer knowledge for the future. As a bonus, each student
disassembles, examines and then reassembles their "own" personal computer.
As a result of this program students bring a computer home,
thereby expanding the benefit of computer ownership to their entire family. If you were
good and Santa left a new computer in your stocking for Christmas, please consider
donating your old computer to MTTC. We will put it to good use, and, as an added bonus,
you may also qualify for a tax deduction. Remember, April 15 is right around the corner.
For more information regarding this and other MTTC programs, contact us at (502) 367-2186
or [email protected].