CHILL Tech Program is a 6-week, paid internship that will provide 16–24-year-olds with the opportunity to work with a certified technician to learn:
L-R Christian Johnson (COO of PSITech Support) Liam Cavin (CEO of C70Builders) Cindy Hill (Cofounder of CHILL Foundation, owner of PSITech Support, co-owner Programming Solutions Inc) Mayor Hollies Winston (Brooklyn Park) Chuck Hill (Cofounder of CHILL Foundation, Co-owner Programming Solutions Inc) Scooter Draughn (CEO/founder of Honor2Help Nonprofit Organization) Yvette Trotman (CHILL Foundation board member) Valeda Huff (CHILL Foundation board member) John Trotman
The Minnesota CHILL Foundation aims to provide area youth with computer skills training. Those skills range from learning how to build a computer to making software upgrades. The training would take place at the new CHILL Tech Computer Lab inside the Zanewood Recreation Center.
“One of the things we want to do is introduce students to the various roles that different personnel have in the IT area. But the focus will be more on the maintenance of the hardware and ability to upgrade software,” said Chuck Hill, chair of the Minnesota CHILL Foundation. “We feel that is a skillset that is much needed in the community.”