While older generations have adjusted to the wonders of the internet and digital devices, they often face a constant need to learn, update, and adapt.
By Axel Magnient
During my journey in NYC, I decided to volunteer for a non-profit. What better way to improve my English skills, submerge myself into the local culture, and meet new people than by giving back to the community? I thought.
After some research, I found Computers 4 People and was directly motivated by their mission. Nowadays, technology has a huge impact in our daily life and can be considered as essential. However, price or lack of knowledge can lead to unequal access. Computers 4 People’s mission is to fight to reduce these disparities. As a 21-year-old man, I thought this organization was a great way to meet people my age while contributing to the community.
A day after arriving in the United States, I decided to visit Computers 4 People.
Volunteering for Computers 4 People has been a human experience. I met great people, learned more about American tradition and had the opportunity to visit some places around New York and New Jersey during computer deliveries.
As technology continues to evolve, organizations like Computers 4 People play a vital role in ensuring that no one is left behind in the digital age. My journey with this non-profit allowed me to contribute to a meaningful cause, and helped me form lasting connections and explore the cultural diversity of the United States.
If you're in New York City and want to make a difference in the lives of those in need while also building unforgettable memories, I highly recommend joining Computers 4 People. It's not just about computers; it's about connecting, learning, and making a positive impact on the world.
Axel Magnient, an international volunteer from France, journeyed to New York City and New Jersey to pursue his passion for community service. He found his calling with Computers 4 People, channeling his energy into bridging digital divides and making a lasting impact in the community.