The Oasis Life Center in the Parkland neighborhood of Louisville, Kentucky is providing community residents with access to a computer lab outfitted with 10 computers and printers, thanks in part to a donation through ConnectKentucky’s Computers 4 Kids program.
The work stations will help local residents to achieve success in this technologically advancing world, said Heather Gate, the program manager for ConnectKentucky’s Computers 4 Kids.
“If you go to Wal-Mart to apply for a job opening, they’re going to point you to a computer to apply,” Gate told the Louisville Courier-Journal in an August 26 article. “It’s essential to have basic skills. And (the program awards are) also so that kids can have meaningful homework assistance after school and be given an equal education.”
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