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The Wilderness Technology Alliance

The Wilderness Technology Alliance (WTA) began in the late 1980’s as the “The Mount Rainier Technology Camp,” a company-funded project of Trinity Technology, Inc. Trinity was a leading West Coast provider of personal computers and networks. From 1983 to 2000, Trinity Technology served corporations, government agencies and the general public out of offices in Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle. It was also a major computer supplier to public education.

The Wilderness Technology Alliance

Empowering the disadvantaged through computer access, training and support since 1995

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LAYC Career Academy can not be thankful enough for the work done by Wild Tech Alliance. We were able to obtain 50 refurbished laptops for our students which will be essential to their success during this Distance Learning period and beyond. Despite being swamped with orders, the employees actively communicated with me about our order. Even through email, I could sense the warm and caring disposition of the staff. This was affirmed when I had the opportunity to meet a Wild Tech staff member after he went above and beyond by offering to hand deliver the laptops to my home. We received the devices in record time while noticing difficulty to obtain technology in a timely manner anywhere else. If you are in need of affordable technology, Wild Tech Alliance is where you should make your purchase. In addition to receiving affordable quality products, you would be supporting a stellar small local non-profit business which actively works to erase opportunity gaps not only in our local community but globally as well. Thank you, Wild Tech Alliance!!
When DCPS transitioned to distance learning in Spring 2020, over 50 families in our elementary school community did not have adequate technology for their students to "attend" classes from home. Our PTA immediately sought affordable, but reliable technology for these families so that their students could continue to participate in school. Wilderness Technology Alliance (WTA) was able to supply dozens of quality computers to our students on extremely short timelines and at a fraction of the cost of any other source. Their customer service was wonderful and the staff was a pleasure to work with. At the same time, we were pleased to support WTA, knowing that the refurbished computers we purchased helped WTA program participants to gain valuable IT skills that they can use to enter the workforce.
Connecting with Lou of The Wilderness Technology Alliance came at the most precise time to help us with our virtual adult day program.  Lou was responsive and is genuinely interested in supporting frail, vulnerable elderly. He was concerned and he delivered help quickly.  We have been struggling to document our services due to lack of computers; and now our work will be less cumbersome.  No longer does staff have to use their phones and work tirelessly to get reports to a staff whom has access to a computer to regenerate a final copy of daily reports. We received our computers yesterday and we remain eternally grateful to Lou. Thank you again for all you and the Arcana Foundation do to help small organizations like WildTech and Downtown Cluster's.
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Our Goal Is To Make Life Better through Computer Access & Training

Our Mission: The Wilderness Technology Alliance (WTA) partners with schools and community based organizations to implement technology training and work-based learning programs where students and volunteers gain skills in the classroom and experience by providing valuable technology products and services to their school or local community.

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