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CTL’s Student Education Labs

Burns High School Students here for our Student Education Lab

Burns High School Students here for our Student Education Lab

Today we were excited to be able to host the STRUT class from Burns High School. They toured CTL, learned how to build a desktop PC and netbook, competed in ‘Build a PC Contest’ to see who could build a complete bootable PC the fastest, and had lunch from Bellagio’s Pizza. And we all had a lot of fun.

Competing in our 'Build a PC Contest'

Competing in our 'Build a PC Contest'

Our Student Education Laboratory offer schools from throughout the Northwest an opportunity to have their students  work side-by-side with CTL Computer Production and Technical Support Staff. Students of varying levels of computer experience learn hardware fundamentals, quality control principles, anti-static procedures, and diagnostic processes.

It was great being able to see these students being excited about technolgy. This was the first Student Education Lab CTL’s done in a while but we’re hoping to do one every quarter with groups from 4 to 20 students. If a school is interested in participating in one of CTL’s Lab’s they should contact us at ebarrett@ctl.net.