Catoctin High School
The guidance counselors at Catoctin High School accepted 5 HP laptops which were donated to the school by e-End in Frederick, Maryland. The laptops will be given to students who may not have the financial resources to rent those provided by the school or are graduating. The IT staff at e-End prepared the laptops by loading Microsoft software and other programs for the students. Photo: left to right-Eugene Garboski (IT department), Nicole Orr (accepting on behalf of Catoctin High), Jason Wilson (IT department), Rene Leak (IT department).
Veteran Laptop Donation
e-End works closely with the Disabled Veterans’ Outreach Program to supply laptops to disabled veterans’. These generally are veterans who are seeking to reenter the workforce and are using the computers to create their resumes, communicate with the outreach office and to search employment opportunity on the internet. e-End has been providing computers in the program for several years.
New Midway Laptop Donation
Volunteer fire departments do not always receive government funds to support their equipment needs. e-End has provided laptops, desktops computers and closed circuit cameras to the New Midway Volunteer fire department in support of their mission.
Supporting S.T.E.A.M Powered FTC – 4-H Robotics (2017-Present)
The S.T.E.A.M Powered FTC – 4-H Robotics club builds robotic devices and teaches it’s members creative skills related to programing, design, construction and related skills. e-End supports these groups by contributing funds and parts for their projects.