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Guam- The University of Guam's Fundamentals of Marketing class has partnered with various sponsors to open up a Computer Lab at George Washington High School.
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A ceremony was held Friday morning to showcase the classroom that was converted into a 30 unit computer lab. UOG Student Jesse Quenga says the computers alone are worth over $21 thousand dollars. The efforts were led by instructor Maria Pangelinan. He mentions through several donations and fundraising efforts, they were able to turn a run-down history classroom into a rehabilitated computer lab.
“The class was given a project that didn't have any sort of computer equipment” said Quenga. “It was a regular classroom. It was a history class that was really run-down. And we're taking it and gave it a fresh coat of paint, some really neat equipment from Andersen Air Force and with all the collaborators and contributors, this is the project we came up with today.”
An air conditioning system was also donated by Payless Supermarkets. The Department of Education Facilities and Maintenance Division, the Anderson Air Force Base Equipment Control Office and other sponsors contributed to this project.
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