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PHOTO: IT&E distributes mobile hotspot devices for public school students

The following information came from IT&E:

On the PATH to success! On April 7, IT&E began distributing the first mobile hotspot devices for Guam Department of Education's Providing Access To Homes program (PATH). Distribution will continue to take place over the coming weeks at the Dededo Senior Citizen Center, Sinajana Mayor's Office, Mangilao Mayor's Office and Agat market grounds. A minimum of 4,000 mobile hotspot devices will be distributed under IT&E's contract with GDOE.

(Pictured from left­) Al Garrido, PATH Program Coordinator, Guam Department of Education; Jim Oehlerking, CEO of IT&E; Janet Aguon, Enterprise Sales Manager, IT&E; Julian Cooper-Nurse, Enterprise Director Commercial, IT&E; and Joe Sanchez, Deputy Superintendent of Guam Department of Education.

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