Fredy Oxom recently requested and received 21 computers from the non-profit Chaptops, and the first computer class was born at IMaCK. This generated a great sense of accomplishment, as students learned computer skills. In addition, Chaptops, Founder, Rex Dwyer, has made a commitment to allocate one computer for each of 31 students, the four teachers, and for every new student enrolled: as evidenced in the small village of Salaquim, after getting a computer lab, their enrollment doubled within one year.
At IMaCK, teacher training for computer technology has already begun and students are participating in this new class with great enthusiasm. It is an opportunity to increase enrollment and improve retention as our students recognize a pathway to employment and global development.