Utah college students build computers for charities

10/21/2013 | Deseret News (Salt Lake City), The

Computer science students at Stevens-Henager College in Utah are getting practice building, programming and repairing computers in a club called Tech Junkies. The students give the working computers to charitable organizations. Eric Miller, the club's secretary, said that besides giving students experience working on the computers, the charitable donations also help get more computers out into the community.

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