Earlier in March, Morrisville-based Lenovo hosted students from Durham and Guilford counties to introduce them to careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The students also cleaned, refurbished and tested computers that will be donated to needy children in third through 12th grades. The visit was part of Students@Work Week and was part of Lenovo’s partnership with the nonprofit organization Kramden Institute.
Earlier in March, Morrisville-based Lenovo hosted students from Durham and Guilford counties to introduce them to careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The students also cleaned, refurbished and tested computers that will be donated to needy children in third through 12th grades. The visit was part of Students@Work Week and was part of Lenovo’s partnership with the nonprofit organization Kramden Institute. LENOVO
Earlier in March, Morrisville-based Lenovo hosted students from Durham and Guilford counties to introduce them to careers in science, technology, engineering and math. The students also cleaned, refurbished and tested computers that will be donated to needy children in third through 12th grades. The visit was part of Students@Work Week and was part of Lenovo’s partnership with the nonprofit organization Kramden Institute. LENOVO

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March 16, 2015 8:00 AM

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