Part of our mission at HandyCapable Network is to provide access to technology, and we believe that youth and children play an integral role in this endeavor. We offer multiple opportunities for youth and children throughout the year, introducing them to technology and helping them learn more about computers and recycling.
Each summer HandyCapable offers summer camp to elementary and middle school aged students the opportunity to learn to build a computer from the motherboard up. Upon completion of camp, the camper can either donate the computer to a family in need or keep the computer for themselves.
HandyCapable also gives students the opportunity to host a HandyCapable Club at their school. HandyCapable provides computers to be torn down by the students for recycling. Students are then encouraged to further support HandyCapable’s mission by holding recycling drives at their schools or other fundraising events. Clubs are welcome to tour HandyCapable too.