Baker College’s Auburn Hills campus recently donated 130 used computers and monitors to the School District of the City of Pontiac to provide students with improved access to educational technology.
The computers will be used to update the school district’s computer labs and workstations.
“Baker College believes in giving back to its communities,” said Peter W. Karsten, Ph.D., CPA, Baker College of Auburn Hills president. “Computers are mandatory for learning today, so it is our hope that this equipment will help students in Pontiac enhance their technology skills.”
In a letter to Baker College, Superintendent Kelley Williams and Jeff Mozdzierz, director of technology-field service, expressed their thanks stating, “Pontiac Schools is grateful to have the support of strong community partners such as Baker College.
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