ALLIANCE – Enactus, a student-run organization at the University of Mount Union, successfully completed the service project, “2nd Life Laptop” in donating more than two dozen laptops to Alliance High School (AHS).
“2nd Life Laptop” collected laptops donated by members of the University campus and Alliance community, completely removed all personal data (at the time of donation) and re-donated them to selected AHS seniors.
With the help of Kristy Woodford, principal at AHS, the Enactus group organized the laptops collected and moved them onto school grounds to be distributed to graduating seniors.
“These laptops will be crucial to the success of the seniors, and I am very thankful for the donations,” Woodford said.
Enactus is an international organization focused on challenging entrepreneurial minds through leadership. The Enactus chapter at the University of Mount Union is excited about the success of their project and looks forward to starting a new project in the fall.
For additional information, contact the Mount Union Enactus chapter advisor, Mark McConnell at email@example.com, or president Austin Owens at firstname.lastname@example.org.