students who meet program eligibility criteria will be able to apply to received, and keep, a repair or refurbished laptop free of charge.
Writer Susan Craig says many seniors “lack any kind of modern connectivity devices and remain outside the digital communication loop.”
In Montclair, time and again, we saw groups and individuals step up, to reinvent themselves, to help people in need, to find ways of being of service. To care.
“They have the pride of ownership, and they can do whatever they want on it in addition to their schoolwork.”
Montclair High School junior Alex Veldran ran a friends and family drive to collect used laptops to donate to Laptop Upcycle. And then he shoveled driveways to increase his campaign success.
The United Way has transferred ownership of the Mills Building on South Fullerton Avenue to New Jersey Community Capital (NJCC).
A nationwide backlog of Chromebooks left Montclair School District and its students looking for alternate ways to avoid an equity gap.
HackNCraftNJ/Laptop Upcycle recently received a $3,000 grant from The Montclair Foundation. Laptop Upcycle gives high quality laptops and free WiFi to those who need them, and has a group of […]
Before you fill out your activity list, however, weigh quality over quantity, writes Pat Berry in the latest “College Bound.”