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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.