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My Experience with TWBMy TECH Class ExperienceAn Insightful Site Leader Experience

My Experience with TWB

Volunteering with Technology without Borders at the Emily K. Center has been a truly wonderful experience for me. Once a week, a group…

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My TECH Class Experience

As a mentor and site leader for the TECH program at Joblink, I have learned about computers and learned a great deal about people. Twb's...

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An Insightful Site Leader Experience

For the Fall semester, I had the opportunity to be the Technology Without Borders’ site leader at a program called Community...

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About Us

IMPORTANT: For more information about joining the mentor program, come to our interest meeting on Thursday, September 3rd at 6:30 in the Student Union room 3203, or click here for the application!

Technology Without Borders (TWB) was founded in spring of 2009 as a committee of the Campus Y at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill by Shaddi Hasan, Calvin Young and Thomas Edwards. The Campus Y is UNC’s center for social justice. TWB’s mission is to bridge the digital divide in all its forms, both at home and abroad. TWB seeks to apply technical solutions to pressing social needs in innovative ways. We focus on ensuring equitable access to technology and in providing technical education to underserved groups of society.

TWB serves both kids and adults directly in these communities. Members can participate in our outreach without knowing more “tech” than what brought you to this webpage. This basic  amount of tech knowledge is what most of those of the internet era have grown up with and learned over time i.e. Google Search and website navigation. Members of TWB can also engage in indirect service by coordinating events and writing for our blog. You can view our current programs, join our listserv for regular update emails, and contact us with any questions you may have.

Thanks for viewing our site! Hope to see you around!
-UNC Technology Without Borders