Volunteers Needed

                                       "Targeting Needy Schools Project"
        The Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association San Diego Chapter Education Committee (AFCEA) 
        is looking for volunteers to help install computer systems, hardware and software, and some CAT5 cabling in the next
        upcoming school to be determined. The OS will be Windows 98 SE with Norton AV and MS Office 97. The machines
        will be setup on our normal bench setup with the network configuration configured prior to moving to the classrooms to
        ensure the proper configuration and performance. We should be able to set up approximately 24 workstations at a time
        on the work benches. We may have to adjust this as resources dictate. There is a DHCP server available for issuing IP
        addresses to the client workstations so the networking configuration should be fairly easy.


        If you have your own tools and equipment please bring them with you to increase efficiency. 


              School Location:  TBD    


            Date and time of installation:  TBD 
              AFCEA works closely with the San Diego City School District to identify disadvantaged schools that are in need of 
              Information Technology support. AFCEA helps to resolve computer availability and connectivity problems in San Diego Schools.
              AFCEA also partnered with The San Diego Futures Foundation (SDFF) whose mission is to make Information Technology 
              available to the broadest range of San Diego residents, through the delivery of computer hardware, software, communications, 
              training and education.

           If interested in volunteering please send email to: Volunteer@7segmentz.com  


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