Cederic Willis has been captivated with computer systems since he was a child. he needed to make use of his abilities by giving again to native households.
KILLEEN, Texas — A former Killeen Impartial College District scholar thanked Dell Applied sciences for serving to him along with his dream.
Cederic Willis is a giving younger man. He has been captivated with computer systems since he was a child. Willis needed to make use of his abilities by giving again to native households, particularly in the course of the COVID-19 pandemic.
6 Information first launched you to Willis in August when he refurbished and donated computer systems to 12 native households. Dell applied sciences acquired phrase of his good deed and gave him 20 extra laptops to refurbish and donate.
“It felt nice to know it’s really getting greater. I didn’t count on it to achieve this a lot traction,” Willis stated.
Willis graduated from Early School Excessive College and Central Texas School. Now he majored in Pc Engineering on the College of Texas at San Antonio.
“With the computer systems that Dell despatched us, I might be ensuring I exploit these and different computer systems we acquired donated,” he stated.
This vacation season Willis will donate extra computer systems. His mom, Veshell Greene, is happy with her son and grateful for Dell.
“For them to be so compelled to do one thing to assist his efforts, it was only a wow second,” Inexperienced stated.
For Willis, having the ability to give computer systems to households and youngsters in want comes full circle.
“It’s good figuring out in center faculty round Christmas time I used to be capable of obtain my first laptop computer. Now it’s nice figuring out this time another children might be receiving their very own laptop computer.”
Willis will refurbish and donate the computer systems on December 12. If you need to donate outdated computer systems or components please contact Geshell Greene at 254-319-7033.