Please copy the below and paste it in an email and answer the questions and send it to our Coordinator for Puerto Rico, Andrea Barrientos at: PuertoRico@WorldComputerExchange.org
These computers are sponsored by The 20/22 Act Foundation
Name of your school or organization:
Your First Name:
Your Last Name
Your Principal/Director’s Name:
Your Principal/Director’s email:
Your organization’s website or Facebook page:
How many non-working computers do you have?
How many were damaged by Hurricane Maria?
How many working computers do you now have?
How many of your working computers are for use by youth?
How many of your working computers in use by youth are connected to the internet?
How many refurbished desktops loaded with Ubuntu Linux operating system are you requesting? Do you already have monitors, keyboards, mice, and power cords?
What language to you prefer for the Linux-based educational content loaded in the desktops?
How many of these computers will be used by youth up to age 24 per year?
How many of these computers that will be used by youth will be connected to the internet?
How many youth up to age 24 do you estimate will use these refurbished computers per year?
Will you provide pictures with parental permission of youth using the computers for use in WCE promotion?
Is your school or organization open to a scheduled visit by a WCE donor or volunteer?
Name and email of teacher/staff member with email address who agrees to work with youth to research or create an educational resource for WCE to share with other schools and organizations in Latin America? (Resource Examples: a PDF of a teacher´s guide, student manual, curricular units, evaluation guides or a game or video.)
Do you know yet if this resource will help inspire girls to pursue careers in technology?
If you represent a school, who is the teacher with email address who will represent you to the Computer Science Teachers Association – Puerto Rico? (They will provide training in Linux Ubuntu.)
If you represent a youth organization, who with email will represent you to Computer Science for All – Puerto Rico?
What training in technology do your teachers or staff need?
Do you have an air-conditioned room for storage of computers?
Are you able to have someone pick-up the computers in San Juan?
How did you hear of World Computer Exchange – Puerto Rico?
Does your Principal/Director agree to all of the above?
What question do you have for WCE?