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Mac to School Donates Certified MacBooks to Yellow Circle

Mac to School, provider of certified Apple devices to the education marketplace, has made a recent donation to Yellow Circle, a non-profit that provides students of all ages free access to courses around Infrastructure Technology, website, app creation and more.
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Mac to School, provider of certified Apple devices to the education marketplace, has made a recent donation to Yellow Circle, a non-profit that provides students of all ages free access to courses around Infrastructure Technology, website, app creation and more. This donation, awarded through Mac to School’s Give Mac initiative, will be enough to support a full class of students.

Yellow Circle’s cloud-based platform provides students access to virtual routers, networks, servers, firewalls, and other components of computer systems. Additionally, Yellow Circle’s environment allows students to build and test their own apps in a digital sandbox. The program is fully supported by donors like Mac to School, allowing the organization to offer the program to interested students free of charge.

To learn more about Mac to School; how to get involved in the Give Mac program as well as Apple products currently in stock, visit www.mactoschool.com

To become one of Yellow Circles many generous donors, or for more information please visit them at www.yellowcircle.net/about/donations

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