The keys that open the doors to a multitude of opportunities are strong employment skills

We are please to announce a unique and exciting program to provide job coaching for individuals facing barriers to employment.

Today's employment opportunities increasingly emphasize the need for Information Technology skillsets, organizational competency and the ability to be a self-directed employee. More and more Individuals facing employment challenges find themselves at a significant disadvantage.

Working with the CTAC Employment Coaching Team, together we build the type of employment skills that will lead to greater opportunity in these individual's future. By choosing CTAC, each career participant will have the opportunity to learn a variety of needed technology skills along with hands on retail experience; working face-to-face with community customers as well as, inventory, online sales of products and retail skills. Individual training for computer refurbishing will include computer repair, retrofitting and imaging as well as computer networking basics and computer salvaging & recycling. Real work for real customers in a real work environment.

Over 1,400 Computers provided back to low income families, Non-profits & Schools.

Business, Schools and individuals have provided thousands of retired computed to this program over the last five years. As a not-for-profit we accepts donations of computers of all types at no cost to you. Benefits to you or your business: We provide complete data elimination by securely wiping all your hard drive’s data or physically shredded drives and your donations are fully tax deductible. Systems that are reusable are put aside for reuse and the equipment that is just too old is broken down by local community members in a work skills development program to be recycled.

A win-win situation: The equipment that is reusable is fixed up and provided back to the community* thanks to folks like you we have provided well over 1,400 computers back to the community!

Your data securely eliminated,
your tax deductible donation appreciated and lastly…

Improving Access to Computers, Education, Encourages SNHU’s Donation to CTAC

While its origins may be open to discussion, the saying “a rising tide lifts all boats” — the association that improvements in the general economy will benefit all participants in that economy (or in this case community) — is appropriate to describe Southern New Hampshire University’s ongoing donations to Computer Technology Assistance Corps (CTAC).

According to William (Bill) Gillett, Dean, School of Business at the University, SNHU has always been interested in developing a stronger community and supporting those organizations in the community that share that mission. “For us, CTAC is one of those organizations that really does make a difference and does so in a way that a number of us can support and understand.”

A Common Focus to Serve the Community Brings A Pair of Non-Profits Together

Located at 145 Hollis Street in Manchester, NH, the Manchester Community Health Center (MCHC) is a non-profit provider primary care facility offering high-quality, comprehensive primary and preventive healthcare that is both convenient and affordable. In fact, MCH’s core service, primary healthcare, is available to all regardless of age, economic status, national origin, disability, ethnicity, creed or sexual orientation. Comprehensive Primary Care is provided by Board Certified Family Practice Physicians, Pediatricians, Nurse Practitioners and Certified Physician Assistants.

In fact, it was CTAC’s non-profit mission statement that strongly resonated with MCHC’s Director of IT Technology, Calvin Dowling.

Changeable Technology Needs Enable a Pair of Manchester Institutions to Thrive

Life’s transitions aren’t always easy, but sometimes they are serendipitous.

Take the transition experienced by Mount Washington College, founded as a business school in 1900 by Joel Hesser and up until 2013 was known by its namesake as the Manchester-based Hesser College.

In July of that year Hesser College was relaunched as Mount Washington College, incorporating an innovative national online education platform with existing New Hampshire ground campus locations. Today, approximately 1,100 students are enrolled, studying for degrees in allied health, business, communications, criminal justice, graphic design, legal, liberal studies, and psychology and for diplomas in the field of medical assistants.

According to Maureen Znoj, Vice President of Operations, Mount Washington College, in spite of its change in name, the college has stayed close to its roots, offering high quality, professionally focused and accessible learning experiences for students.

Alignment of Company’s Mission with CTAC Enables Great Outcomes for Both

Founded in 1980 the Manchester, New Hampshire based Emerson Ecologics is a leading distributor of professional-quality nutritional supplements, vitamins and natural health products representing over 275 brands, Customers include integrative healthcare practitioners, naturopathic, chiropractic and medical doctors, licensed acupuncturists and nutritionists, as well as their patients.

The company lives by its vision by driving health and wellness as the most trusted source of quality solutions to the integrative healthcare community, and its mission to enable patient health and wellness through its intense commitment to people, community, partners and products and services.

It’s that vision that informs the company’s determination to always give back to the community.

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Directions: CTAC Program and Services 100 Willow St., Manchester NH

Bing Map

Directions from Concord (north)

Route 93 South to 293 South
Take Queen City Bridge Exit
Jump on Queen City Bridge
Drive up to and cross Elm St
Stay in left lane
Turn left on Willow St..
Proceed 500 yards On left, just after Motorcycles of Manchester, 100 Willow Street Plaza

Directions from Nashua (South)

Take I-293 N (signs for Manchester/​Concord)Old Rt 3 North
Take exit 4 for U.S. 3N/​Second Street
Turn onto Queen City Bridge
Drive up to and cross Elm St
Stay in left lane
Turn left on Willow St.
Proceed 500 yards On left, just after Motorcycles of Manchester, 100 Willow Street Plaza

Directions from Seacost (East)

Take 101 East to Route 3A Everett Tpke North
Take exit 4 for U.S. 3N/​Second Street
Turn onto Queen City Bridge
Drive up to and cross Elm St
Stay in left lane
Turn left on Willow St.
Proceed 500 yards On left, just after Motorcycles of Manchester, 100 Willow Street Plaza

Directions from Keene (West)

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