The Young Americans College of the Performing Arts Honors its New “Margaret Baldwin Computer Lab.”
The Young Americans College of Performing Arts announced the dedication of the new Margaret Baldwin Computer Lab.
Corona, CA (PRUnderground) May 11th, 2015
The Young Americans College of Performing Arts announced today the dedication of the new Margaret Baldwin Computer Lab, named in her honor.
In late 2014, Margaret Baldwin presented The Young Americans College with a financial gift designated to upgrade the computer lab facility. Thanks to this gift, the College’s computer lab now includes upgrades of six new HP EliteDesk 800 PCs, two new iMacs, and a new HP LaserJet 600 Printer. These computers allow for a smaller physical footprint, while offering more productivity and management features.
Mike Krauss, Dean of Administrative Services of The Young Americans College of Performing Arts, explains “The upgraded computer lab has improved the quality of technology available to our students on our campus. The new computers and printer are superior machines with upgraded features, and they’re built to last with improved functionality the previous devices didn’t have. It is vital that we keep updated with technology to allow students to take full advantage of the many digital resources available. We are very grateful to Ms. Baldwin for her generous and important gift.”
To learn more about The Young Americans College of Performing Arts please visit www.youngamericans.org or contact email@example.com .
The Young Americans, founded in 1962 by Milton C Anderson, is credited with creating the very popular glee club and show choir concepts that became popular in the mid-1960s. For more than fifty years The Young Americans has used music to inspire and empower audiences around the world to believe in a better tomorrow. The Young Americans College of the Performing Arts provides an innovative and creative learning environment that fosters artistic, intellectual and personal growth for those interested in becoming performers or arts educators. The organization’s International Music Outreach Tours promote the importance of music education by bringing music workshops to thousands of students around the world. Last year alone, the group staged over 340 performances and music advocacy workshops in 120 cities, across 30 countries. In total, The Young Americans has influenced and worked with more than 700,000 young people in public and private schools, and performed for millions of people worldwide.
About The Young Americans
The Young Americans is non-profit dedicated to the promotion of understanding and goodwill among people throughout the world through music, dance, performance, music education and cultural interaction among student members and their audience