ComputerCorps Results

More than 5.7 Million Electronic Items kept out of the landfills by refurbishing, reusing or recycling

“The contributions of ComputerCorps has helped us get our grant writing into high gear & given us a kick-start in serving the children of our community.”

Ken Yagura, Board Member, Boys & Girls Club of North Lake Tahoe

More than 600 Community Organizations have made monetary and equipment donations.

“Your kindness is helping to break the cycle of family violence in this community & giving women & children the opportunity to lead healthy, productive lives”

Lisa M Lee, Executive Director, Advocates to End Domestic Violence

More than 2,900 Corporations and Businesses have donated.

“Your program is a God send. Thank you so much!”

Sherry Smokey, Education Director for The Washoe Tribe of Nevada & California

More than 5,800 Private Individuals have made donations.

“You have made an invaluable contribution to the youth of our community through career explorations, job shadowing, internships and educator externships.”

The Carson City School-to-Careers Partnership

More than 8 Million Pounds of electronic waste kept out of the landfills by refurbishing, reusing or recycling

“On behalf of Carson City Recreation, I would like to thank you for the six computers you donated. With people like you, Carson City is a better place to live.”

Barbara Singer, Recreation Superintendent, Carson City Parks & Recreation Department

More than 6,000 Volunteers have contributed their time and knowledge to ComputerCorps.

“Thanks especially to the wonderful people at ComputerCorps who donated a computer and laser printer for our office.”

Iretta Marson, Hospice of the Sierra Sage

More than 600,000 hours of volunteer time has been invested.

“Your generosity makes our exceptional programming possible.”
Joe McCarthy, Executive Director, Brewery Arts Center

More than 13,000 Computer Systems have been repaired, refurbished and/or upgraded and returned back into the community.

“As we feared, our computer was beyond repair, but to our surprise, ComputerCorps offered us a replacement machine!”

Susan Southwick, Nevada Supreme Court Librarian

More than 10,500 Individuals have been provided with equipment and/or training.

“Firms like Computer Corps contribute so much to the community. Thank you for the computer.”

Jacks Valley Volunteer Fire Department

More than 600 Organizations and Schools provided with computers, service and/or training.
“The teachers were thrilled to find out that they can offer their students more educational technology in the classrooms.”

Jim Berryman-Schafer, Silver Springs Elementary School

More than 235,000 Training Hours provided to individuals and volunteers.

“The children will be very excited when they return from break to find our computers working.”

Pam Ertl, Minden Elementary School

More than 1,500 items collected for the ComputerCorps Museum.

More than $16,000,000 in Repair, Upgrade, Networking, and Training Services has been contributed to individuals and various community organizations by ComputerCorps.
TechCamp 2014 Better Than Ever

TechCamp 2014 Better Than Ever

  Nearly 30 youth from 9-15 participated in one of our 2 week TechCamps at our Carson City Refurbishment Center. The took apart and rebuilt computers, built their own internet model, worked on binary based cryptography, created presentations about what they were passion about in technology and life, and went home with...
Recycling Truckloads of eWaste on Earth Day

Recycling Truckloads of eWaste on Earth Day

Computer Corps was at Reno High School for Earth Day recycling pounds of eWaste. Channel 2 was there! See the report by clicking below. KTVN Channel 2 Reports on Computer Corps Recycling eWaste
Outlet Store Has Bargains

Outlet Store Has Bargains

Buy, Upgrade, or Repair A Computer at The Computer Store and Distribution Center in Carson City, NV ComputerCorps has a fantastic “Every-Home-A-Classroom” ™ Computer Store and Distribution Center. The Carson City, Nevada facility is located at the ComputerCorps Technology Learning Center (TLC) at 550 Mallory Way #175, Carson City, NV 89701....
Make a Difference with ComputerCorps

Make a Difference with ComputerCorps

With the support and ever-growing demand for the programs that we offer, ComputerCorps has some urgent needs so that we can continue to grow and serve the needs of our communities: Funds We need money to purchase additional parts and software for the growing backlog of requests for repairing and...
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TechCamp Gives Youth Hands On Computer Experience

TechCamp Gives Youth Hands On Computer Experience

At TechCamp, students ages 10-15 have fun and learn about computer recycling, testing, assembly and operations. Youth work on computer concepts, hardware skills, operating system fundamentals and internet safety all reinforced with quizzes, prizes, games, cheers, good humor, through individual, small group and team projects. Group disassemble computers and then reassemble them gaining confidence and skills...
Closed Monday for Presidents' Day

Closed Monday for Presidents’ Day

  ComputerCorps’ outlet store, recycling drop off,  volunteer center and offices will be closed on Monday, February 16th for Presidents’ Day. Reopening for normal hours at 9:00 AM, Tuesday, February 17th. You can use our Contact Form anytime, leave your email so we can respond when we are back in the office. Got the day off?...
We Do Good Well

We Do Good Well

The good folks over at Reno News and Review wrote us up in May! Refurbed Community is a good introduction to ComputerCorps history and mission. Thanks to Sage Leehey for reminding Reno how we do good well at ComputerCorps!   Story content from Reno News & Review Refurbed community ComputerCorps in Carson City focuses on reusing and...
Day of DATA Destruction

Day of DATA Destruction

  Did you know that ComputerCorps provides certified data destruction for businesses, governmental  agencies, educational institutions and non-profits? What about private individuals? Don’t fear that your tax data, financial passwords, or family pictures will be set loose on the internet when you donate your computer equipment to ComputerCorps; as a matter of standard policy, ComputerCorps...
Build A Computer at TechCamp

Build A Computer at TechCamp

Build and Take Home Your Own Computer with the “Every Home A Classroom”™ TechCamp 2K14 (2014)  The ComputerCorps “Every-Home-A-Classroom” TM TechCamp is an annual summer program for youth 10-15 years old. This 2-week program gives kids the opportunity to learn about computer recycling, testing and assembly while building a computer system they can take home or...
Volunteers Are Special

Volunteers Are Special

Want to be part of the Corps? Apply today! Still have questions? Call us at (775) 883-2323 or write us on-line