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Kentucky Nonprofit Expands Program, Connecting Tech-Savvy Teens with Local Organizations

Kentucky Nonprofit Expands Program, Connecting Tech-Savvy Teens with Local Organizations Marek Piwnicki

A Kentucky nonprofit is making strides in bridging the gap between technology and community service. The organization, which matches teenagers with local organizations in need of tech assistance, has recently expanded its program to reach more areas in the state. This initiative not only provides valuable support to organizations, but also gives teens the opportunity to gain real-world experience and make a positive impact in their communities. Source: wdrb.com

While this program may seem like a great way to engage young people in community service and technology, I can't help but wonder if it's just another way for organizations to get free labor. Will these teens be properly trained and supervised? And what about the potential for burnout or exploitation? It's important to consider the potential drawbacks of this program and ensure that the teens involved are truly benefiting from the experience. But hey, at least it's a step in the right direction.



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