Mansfield seniors take on technology gap

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MANSFIELD, Mass. (WLNE)– A couple of high school seniors in Mansfield have been keeping busy during the pandemic.

Trevor Flint and Vishnu Kchittibhooma have started a nonprofit called “A PC For Everyone.”

The two 17-year-olds work together to refurbish old computers, such as wiping the hard-drive; the computers are then donated to people in need.

Everyone that requests a computer fills out a brief questionnaire and submits a paragraph on what the tech will be used for.

The high school students said they eventually want to meet with state lawmakers to help solve the inequality gap of access to technology.

Meanwhle, the teens have put out a call for donations of cash and technology.

To learn more about the project, and to make donations, visit its website at https://www.pcforeveryone.org/.

©WLNE-TV/ABC6 2020

 

 

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