C4C is a non profit organization that strives to bridge the digital divide in the National Capital Region olymp trade bonus. We provide refurbished computers, hands-on experiential education, and job skills training in exchange for community service.

New Board of Directors, New Strategic Vision

C4C is evolving. As an organization, we’ve reached a turning point where our survival requires a fresh, strategic approach. With five new directors at the helm, the Board is now firmly focused on our future.

But to make meaningful change—the kind of change we want to see in the Ottawa area—we’re taking some time to consider the road ahead. On September 24th, the Board met to discuss our objectives and come up with a plan to bring our new vision to life.

Over the next four weeks, the C4C Board will:

Volunteer as a Web and E-communications Advisor

We're looking for tech-savvy and driven individuals to help maintain our website, write and post content, and assist with our website renewal.

Computers for Communities (C4C) is a volunteer-based non profit that strives to bridge the digital divide in the National Capital Region olymp trade vip. We provide refurbished computers, hands-on experiential education, and job skills training.

Volunteer as a Social Media Community Manager

We're looking for tech-savvy and driven individuals to take our social media presence to the next level.

Computers for Communities (C4C) is a volunteer-based non profit that strives to bridge the digital divide in the National Capital Region. We provide refurbished computers, hands-on experiential education, and job skills training.

Renewing our Board of Directors

In 2006, there were 128,000 households in Ottawa without access to the internet and 56,000 without access to a computer. Can you imagine how different your life would be without a computer?

We're looking for highly creative, technical, professional and motivated volunteers to sit on our Board of Directors.

C4C is in a period of change and growth, so we have a large number of vacant Board positions to fill:
 

C4C Newsletter - March 2013

Computers for Communities strives to provide low income and disadvantaged households with technology that enables them to be successful in their professional pocket option promo code, personal, and academic lives.

In this issue, we discuss how Linux helps bridge the technology gap.

Ottawa Mission video game launch

I was lucky enough to have the opportunity to attend this event. The evening was hosted by Hub Ottawa and we (Computers for Communities) provided laptops for the attendees to demo the game.

A successful volunteer work day

The goal of this VWD was to get the volunteers of C4C together for some face to face interaction.Our lack of physicallocation can cause difficultiesin communication and relationship building. As we create and hold these VWDs on a regular basis, we hope that these hardships will be overcome.

C4C Newsletter - October 2012

Computers for Communities Newsletter - October 2012

In this issue of our quarterly newsletter, we discuss:

  • What we do
  • Volunteer management
  • Event information
  • The importance of having a computer in our technological age
  • A message from PrototypeD
  • Puppy Linux - care and feeding
  • A message to our volunteers
  • Partnerships team

  • C4C Celebrates Software Freedom Day Ottawa 2012

    C4C will be hosting a small get together to celebrate Software Freedom day and raise awareness about the digitial divide in Ottawa. The event will take place in the basement of the Royal Oak Pub on Laurier from 12:00pm to 3:00pm on Saturday September 15, 2012. Please RSVP for the event here .

    Why would Computers for Communities be interested in Software Freedom Day?

    C4C Newsletter - April 2012

    Computers for Communities Newsletter I- April 2012

    In this issue of our quarterly newsletter, we discuss:

  • Annual General Meeting Invitation
  • Where does Ubuntu come from?
  • Hertigae Academy
  • Director's Corner
  • Brain Yoga

  • Syndicate content

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