PSU Volunteers Help Upgrade CEF Computers

The Chester Education Foundation (CEF) would like to express our appreciation to Penn State Brandywine’s Information Technology staff for volunteering to update our computers last month.  

CEF’s offices and classrooms are outfitted with dozens of computers that were in need of a memory upgrade in order to continue functioning optimally. These upgrades would have cost our organization at least $1,500 in fees, all of which were avoided by the volunteer work of Penn State. In total, 36 computers were upgraded with additional memory to help keep our technology running smoothly to continue serving the Chester community.

So thank you to Bill Tyson, Director of Marketing and Communications and Justin DiMatteo, C.J. Journey and Scott Schmoyer from the IT department and congratulations Penn State Brandywine on your 50th anniversary!

 Above are Penn State Brandywine IT department employees Justin DiMatteo, C.J. Journey and Scott Schmoyer alongside CEF Program Director Gerald Rocha.

Above are Penn State Brandywine IT department employees Justin DiMatteo, C.J. Journey and Scott Schmoyer alongside CEF Program Director Gerald Rocha.