Were made for student veterans and military spouses Laptops delivered to local community colleges

Were made for student veterans and military spouses Laptops delivered to local community colleges

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  • One hundred laptops, in addition to 125 refurbished laptops were delivered to each college this past April, bringing the total to 225 computers donated. The laptops were distributed free of charge on a first come first serve basis to students who submitted a completed application form online.

  • Each college received 100 new computers and 125 reconditioned laptops in April, bringing the total number of machines to 225. (Photo courtesy of the Department of Veterans Services of Virginia.) The Virginia Department of Veterans Services and the Virginia Veterans Services Foundation provided laptop computers to eligible student veterans and spouses at Reynolds and John Tyler Community Colleges.

The laptop donations are part of a program that creates partnerships with private employers and educational institutions throughout the state. For more information on this project and to obtain an application to receive a free laptop, click here.

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