Thank you Penguins for your Partnership w/ LCORPS
Today the Asian Penguins adopted the mission of LCORPS
Life Changing Out Reach Programs & Services.
Our mission is: to aid United States Citizens who need help crossing the Educational Gaps, Unemployment Gaps, Income Gaps and the Digital Divide which prevents them from being contributing members of society and productive citizens of the United States of America.
The Penguins donated 5 (THAT's FIVE) Linux Ubuntu loaded PC's to us in hopes that we find donors to help us get those pc's to Holmes County Mississippi. LCORPS has held I.T. Summer Camps in Lexington MS, and it is our goal to do it again during the week August 9th 2015.
Please go to:
www.gofundme.com/U-S-Job-Creation to see our full fund raising goals!
We need your help. If the Penguins can support LCORPS so can you :)
|Learning about LCORPS|
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|Meet the Gang.........|
|On our way!!!!|
|Stu Keroff & Christopher Seymore|
Stu and I are fellow Educators He works @ Community School of
Excellence in St. Paul
I work at Keewaydin Community School of Minneapolis
What we do
The Asian Penguins exist to learn, to share, and to have fun!
We are blazing new trails in technology education by learning to use the Linux operating system for school, for work, for play, and for life. We share what we've learned with our fellow students and our teachers to help them with 21st century technology.
Armed with that knowledge, we reach out into the community by donating computers to needy families, helping to close Saint Paul's digital divide.
What Is Linux?
Linux is a computer operating system. This is the set of programs that actually runs your computer. Operating systems you may have heard might include Windows or Mac OS X.
What makes Linux different is that it is open source. This means that the operating system and the programs are available free of charge, and that users are free to use, distribute, and change the programs in any way they wish.
The Asian Penguins use Ubuntu. Ubuntu is the most popular version, or distro, of Linux, with over 30 million users worldwide.