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Coppin State University Opens New Family Computer Center

The Coppin Heights-Rosemont Family Computer Center serves a low-income West Baltimore community with a high minority population and offers 15 training and educational courses on such topics as basic and advanced computer techniques, job training, financial literacy, health information, entrepreneurship, nonprofit administration, and global education.

The Center, established by Coppin State University, will provide a summer technology camp for elementary and middle school students. Aimed at students of all age levels, the camp will provide basic, intermediate, and advanced computer training workshops covering a wide-variety of topics. This project is made possible by funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act through the Department of Commerce’s National Telecommunications and Information Administration.

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