CTL hosted a Student Education Lab on October 18 for nine Sherwood, OR High School students participating in the StRUT program (Students Recycling Used Technology). The students toured CTL and competed in a “Build a PC” contest to see who could build a complete bootable PC the fastest.
CTL’s Student Education Lab is an opportunity for schools from throughout the Northwest to work alongside CTL computer production and technical support staff. The students learn hardware fundamentals, quality control principles, anti-static procedures and diagnostic processes. The StRUT program is incorporated into schools where students take donated computers and computer components and upgrade them for use in the schools. Students involved in StRUT evaluate, repair, and refurbish donated computers and in turn distribute those computers free to local schools.
At CTL, we’re proud to support the StRUT program and provide technology education to young people through our Student Education Labs. Schools interested in getting a group of 4-20 students together to participate in the lab should contact email@example.com.
Congratulations to the Sherwood High students who came out and demonstrated their skills!