On Tuesday, February 28th at 1pm, Make the Future, a Virginia-based youth organization, announces the donation by Millennium Enterprise Corporation, a mobile solutions company, of Chameleon ™ stick-style personal computing devices, for every student enrolled in Brunswick County Public Schools.

The initial gifts of a stick-style computing devices was originally to be presented at the turn of the new year during a school assembly, but due to the snow storm, the event has been rescheduled for February 28th, 2017 at 1pm. The assembly will again be at Brunswick County High School. Announced last week, Secretary of Education Dietra Trent will highlight the school assembly, and other special guests confirmed to attend are Sen. L Louise Lucas and Delegate Rosalyn Tyler.

The gift came about when Make the Future learned of Superintendent Dora Wynn’s interest in expanding access to technology and STEM disciplines for all BCPS students. Make the Future, worked in partnership with Millennium Enterprise Corporation on a solution to provide access to a personal computer for all students, faculty, and staff

“Technology becomes the great equalizer. Make the Future selected this district to work with because we have roots in this community and look forward to the great things that will come out of this for all the students.” said Hon. Michael Futrell, Make the Future Executive Director.

“Being able to provide direct access to these devices for all students is a great opportunity to continue learning outside of the classroom.” said Mrs. Wynn, BCPS District Superintendent.

“Technology is rapidly changing and school students, such as those here in Brunswick, are going to be the leaders of the future. We need to ensure that they are prepared for this leadership role by providing them access to technology today to meet these new challenges tomorrow. Millennium Enterprise Corporation is proud a partner to support the students and this community.” said Mr. Minh Nguyen, CEO of Millennium Enterprise Corporation.