Restore a Sense of I Can (RSC) is a non-profit organisation focused on social development through education and technology. The aim is to provide ICT resources for those in need.
RSC has started the RSC IT Club. The club is open to all students in secondary schools, as well as, the University of the West Indies.
RSC IT Club activities include repairing and refurbishing computers and equipment, creating simulations, providing tech support, helping out at Gamecon plus many more school chapter specific activities. RSC IT Club has chapters in Trinidad & Tobago, with additional chapters coming in the region.
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Restore a Sense of I Can (RSC) with the aim of social development, RSC received donations of toys from both the public and private sector. These toys were then distributed to the many orphanages and various charities to ensure that the children had smiles on thier faces Christmas morning.
Restore a Sense of I Can (RSC) is a non-profit organisation focused on social development through education and technology. To this end RCS has been collecting old computers and peripheral equipment, refurbishing and distributing to various charities and orphanages.
RSC cleans the hard drives using the programs utilised by the U.S. military to ensure no data is recoverable from the machine prior to refurbishment. RSC takes computer security very seriously.