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Lenovo Think University program awards Miriam College new PCs

(In photo, from L-R): Marianne Angeles, Corporate Account Manager of Advance Microsystems Corporation; Janine Librea, Large Enterprise representative for the Commercial Group of Lenovo Philippines; Anna Abola, Marketing Manager of Lenovo Philippines; together with Miriam College officials: Engr. Dexter Llevares, ICTO Manager; Ma. Concepcion Lupisan, Finance Director; Dr. Noel Racho, Human Resources Director; and Dahl Bennett, Communications & Media Coordinator.

As part of the top PC brand’s CSR program, Lenovo Philippines recently awarded 10 units of ThinkCentre M73 Tiny Desktop to Miriam College in Quezon City.

This move comes a few months after the installation of several Lenovo desktops for the learning institution’s computer laboratories. The Think University program is one of Lenovo’s initiatives to help level up education in the Philippines. Through this program, students and teachers get to experience interactive learning in the classroom through Lenovo devices. This step forward allows educators to cope with the changing needs of today’s students.