1. "Every Home A
(via Schools) is
a program administered through the individual schools by which families of school aged children can
qualify for a free computer system. This program
is currently available to all schools in Nevada.
ComputerCorps is in the process of developing programs
with other states and is always seeking new
requirements for families (with school aged children)
that want to participant in this program are as follows:
1. There is currently no working computer in the
2. There is a financial need.
3. They have been residents of the community for 6
4. Members of the family (10 years or older)
that receive a computer must contribute a combined
total of 40 hours of
community service at the school or organization of their
"Every Home A
TM (for Schools)
2. 'Every Home A Classroom Program TM
there are 3 Easy Ways to Get a Computer by volunteering at
A.) Volunteer for 48 Hours -- Get a Computer System
B.) Volunteer for 24 Hours, Donate $50 to help further the
ComputerCorps Mission -- Get a Computer System
C.) Volunteer for 4 Hours, Donate $100 -- Get a Computer
It's a "win-win" situation. By
volunteering you help your community, learn about computers and get a Windows
2000 Computer System that includes a Monitor, Keyboard, Mouse, Soundcard,
CD-Rom, Internet Ready System and Software.
Home A Classroom"
via Techs-N-Training) (TECHS) TM
to provide computers and technical training for individuals 15 to
90 years of age.
'Every Home A Classroom" (via
for 10-15 year old students during the summer and/or vacations.
above programs allow individuals from 9 to 90 years of age to
obtain a computer,
train in the use of computers, train in the use of software and/or
train in refurbishing and recycling of computers.