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Greenville Tech (Infrastructure for Training): 2009 – 2010

posted Aug 19, 2013, 7:31 AM by sue etter   [ updated Aug 19, 2013, 7:31 AM ]

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FOR COMMENT contact Jimmy Moore at 864.335.8858

The Bridge, an organization that provides advanced computer technology skills to children and young adults, is now accepting applications for its 2008 Edu-Tech Academy.  

With the prevalence of computer technology in everyday life, it makes sense to teach students more than the basic applications of Excel, Powerpoint and Word.  Edu-Tech Academy goes beyond the basics to teach High School aged (grades 9-12) students advanced computer applications that include JAVA, programming and web development. Students will also learn the applications that are used to build popular computer games.

“Edu-Tech Academy is the first step to preparing a child for a career in computer technology. Applications that we will be teach are in essence, the same applications that students majoring in Computer Science will learn,” explains Rickey Moore, The Bridge Executive. 

Edu-Tech Academy classes are Monday through Thursday from 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. beginning June 23, 2008 on the Main Campus of Greenville Technical College.  For more information on program registration or to find out more about The Bridge call (864)335.8858 or visit www.thebridgetech.org.

Greer Middle School (Training): 2007 – 2008

posted Aug 19, 2013, 7:30 AM by sue etter   [ updated Aug 19, 2013, 7:30 AM ]

Greer Middle School Students Get Technologically Advanced
Greer, South Carolina — While many middle school students are still struggling with understanding basic computer applications the students at Greer Middle School are learning how to build computer software and computer games from The Bridge Inc.

The Bridge, a non-profit organization that teaches advanced computer skills to children and young adults is working with Greer Middle School to help students become comfortable and knowledgeable with advanced computer applications.

The class, open to students in grades 6th thru 8th will teach computer basics to include Microsoft PowerPoint, Excel and Word. The Bridge will also be providing instruction in applications that include JAVA, programming and web development.

“We are teaching these kids applications that they won’t see again until high school…some maybe college. It’s fast paced…and advanced,” explains Rickey Moore, The Bridge CEO.

The six week course will be held daily at Greer Middle and at the end of the course; students will be hallenged to create a computer program using the software applications that they have learned.

To find out more about this course or to learn more about The Bridge, call (864)335.8858 or visit www.thebridgetech.org.

Reedy River Baptist Church (Training): Summer 2007

posted Aug 19, 2013, 7:29 AM by sue etter   [ updated Aug 19, 2013, 7:30 AM ]


Shady Oaks (Computer Lab Design & Construction): 2007

posted Aug 19, 2013, 7:28 AM by sue etter   [ updated Aug 19, 2013, 7:29 AM ]

THE BRIDGE INC Designs Computer Lab for Shady Oak Baptist Church
Greenville, South Carolina
— Computers provide knowledge, growth, connection, and preparation for the future. And when Shady Oak Baptist Church decided to introduce its parishioners to the advancements and benefits of Technology they called The Bridge Inc, a non-profit organization whose goal is to educate and introduce individuals to the rigorous and often complicated facet s of computer technology.

In addition to being fully equipped to design and construct a Computer Lab and all of the software and hardware that goes with it, The Bridge also provides instructional courses on everything from computer basics to advanced applications that include JAVA, programming and web development.

With many years of IT experience and corporate know-how under their belts, Jimmy and Rickey Moore realized that students who wanted to have a future in the competitive world of computer technology needed to become prepared sooner rather than later. To answer the call, they have established The Bridge, their non-profit and with an each one teach one mentality, they believe that the students, who they work with today, will be the IT professionals, engineers and instructors of tomorrow.

Whether it’s instructing or constructing and designing a computer lab, they find joy in doing what they love most…equipping people with the skills that they need to build a brighter future for themselves. The new computer lab at Shady Oak boasts (number) computer s and provides a welcomed learning center for the programs offered by the church.  

To find out more about The Bridge and the cutting-edge learning opportunities that they provide, or to have them construct or design and construct a Computer Learning Center for your business or organization, call (864)335.8858 or visit www.thebridgetech.org.

Mount Pleasant Community Center(Training): 2006 – 2007

posted Aug 19, 2013, 7:27 AM by sue etter   [ updated Aug 19, 2013, 7:28 AM ]


Phyllis Wheatley (Training): 2004 -2005

posted Aug 19, 2013, 7:26 AM by sue etter   [ updated Aug 19, 2013, 7:27 AM ]

LatchKey (Consultant): 2003-2004

posted Aug 19, 2013, 7:25 AM by sue etter   [ updated Aug 19, 2013, 7:26 AM ]

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