CDI Grants Tech Wishes of Six Lucky Schools

The contest is open to schools in the United States and Canada. Awarded prizes will be valued at up to $1,000 each.

CDI Computer Dealers launched a “Holiday Wishes” contest this month as part of its ongoing effort to support school tech initiatives. Running through Dec. 24, schools in the U.S. and Canada can share their tech wishes with CDI, and the company will grant the wishes of three schools from each country.

Providing devices to more than 10,000 schools serving 2.6 million students, CDI offers new and recertified equipment, mobile charging carts and cabinets, classroom accessories and server and network solutions. This contest is a way to give back to the education industry and help them fulfill their technology wishes, says Saar Pikar, CEO of the tech company.

“Whether they want to acquire devices or charging carts to support their 1:1 initiatives, need to update their network or servers or are seeking new accessories to use in the classroom, we want to help them reach their technology goals,” Pikar says.

To apply, school or district employees should fill out this online form, describing their technology wishes in 250 words or less. Winners will be notified by Dec. 30 and receive a prize valued up to $1,000.


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