The Electronic Recycling Association (ERA) has joined forces with Repsol Canada to donate 10 desktop computers to the CLI College of Business, Health, & Technology in Calgary, Alberta. This initiative aims to provide educational opportunities to students who lack access to personal computers, ensuring that they can pursue their studies effectively. The donation is not only for the current students but also for prospective enrollees who may face barriers in acquiring their own computers.
CLI College of Business, Health, & Technology, founded in 1999, has been a beacon of educational excellence for over two decades. Their unwavering commitment to delivering high-quality education in the fields of healthcare and business has propelled them to the forefront of academic institutions in Canada. With six campuses spread across the country, CLI College offers a diverse range of diploma and certificate courses that empower students to thrive in their chosen careers.
CLI College’s dedication to making education accessible to all is further exemplified by its status as a registered Private Career College under the Private Career Colleges Act. This recognition underscores their commitment to affordability and accessibility, especially for newcomers to Canada who seek educational opportunities to build a brighter future.
The partnership between ERA and Repsol Canada signifies the power of collaboration and corporate social responsibility. ERA’s mission of recycling and repurposing electronic devices aligns perfectly with Repsol Canada’s commitment to community development and support. Together, they have made a significant contribution to bridging the digital divide, ensuring that students at CLI College have the tools they need to succeed.
In an age where technology is an integral part of education and daily life, initiatives like these have a profound impact on individuals and communities. By providing computers to those who might otherwise be left behind, ERA and Repsol Canada are empowering students to access the resources they need to excel academically and, in turn, build better futures for themselves and their families.