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Gateway student IT group donates computers to Racine community centers

The Gateway Technical College information technology student group has donated 24 computers to be used among community center locations throughout the city of Racine.

The installation of all computers was recently completed and students are already using them for homework and research needs. The computers were donated by Gateway’s Association of Information Technology Professionals Kenosha Student Chapter president Ricardo Vasquez on behalf of the club.

Gateway’s AITP student chapter donated the computers to the six centers, Gateway donated monitors, mice and keyboards, and Afterlife Records LLC donated the time to re-image the computers and install them at the site. The effort will allow K-12 students, who may not have access to computers at home, to be able to use them to study and conduct research.

For some centers, this will become the first time students will have access to computers there.