The Classroom Computer Project provides educational resources for girls in poverty. CMRC provides scholarship funding for enrollment in a government-qualified educational institute. These courses are taught over two years, and upon completion, graduates receive Microsoft certification.
Basic computer skills training as well as Microsoft Office are taught, preparing the girls for post secondary schooling or the workforce.
Sindy Mayan Pereyra speaks about her experience as a student enrolled in the Computer Scholarship Project:
“I do not know how to thank CMRC for the opportunity that I have of continuing with my studies despite all the things that we are going through but I am a little calm because God is helping me and I had blessings in my home with food.”
by the numbers
> OVER 1800 IN
> XX STUDENTS
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