Thanks to a grant from Artisian City Sertoma kids at the Boys and Girls Club have a new tech room. The $10,000 grant was turned into a $25,000 lab.
The kids can get hands on experience with computers and new technologies as well as learning about responsibility and safety on the internet.
"This lab will enable nearly 200 kids served by this unit to be able to learn and gain digital literacy skills that will make them successful,” Marvin Laster, Asst. Chief Prof. Officer.
“It's something the Artisian City Sertoma club is very proud of and like I said we are very happy to be a part of it,” said Mack Bryson, VP Investments.
The tech center is designed to spark kids' interest in science, technology, engineering and math.
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