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Cleveland Public Library and PCs for People handing out free computers, WiFi hot spots at Collinwood branch

Posted at 12:40 PM, Nov 09, 2020
and last updated 2020-11-09 12:40:56-05

CLEVELAND — The Cleveland Public Library is working with PCs for People to help students improve their remote learning experience with free computers and WiFi hotspots.

PCs for people will be distributing devices later this month in the parking lot of the library from the PCs for People truck. Those attending the distribution are asked to stay in their vehicles.

To qualify for a free computer and hot spot, residents must be a K-12 student enrolled in a Cuyahoga County public or charter school.

Students can fill out a paper application at the Cleveland Public Library. Students must provide proof of enrollment with any school document that includes a student’s name, name of school and recent date.

The distribution will be held on Nov. 23 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Cleveland Public Library-Collinwood Branch, located at 856 East 152nd Street in Cleveland.

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