Carroll Technology Council
Tee Off Fore Technology
Save the Date
Thursday, June 14th
Carroll Nonprofit Center
Studies show that on average we consult our phones as often as 150 times a day. Everyone is screaming to the consumer and doing whatever they can to get their attention while not considering the long term ramifications of such excessive stimuli. With the onslaught of sounds and vibrations, consumers are being trained that immediate action is required. With brain receptors being washed in notification happiness, we check back and thus like other addictions, ‘neurons that fire together, wire together’ and the happiness loop is formed.
Join us as we dive deeper into the conversation and discuss “Device Addiction”!
CTC Calendar of Events
ISSA Mid-Atlantic Information Security Conference
Scott Adelman Memorial Fund
Scott M. Adelman was a founding member, former board member and committee chair of the Carroll Technology Council, but more importantly, a friend and mentor to all of us. He passed away on October 22, 2016 at the age of 53 as a result of a heart attack that he suffered earlier in the week. As an organization, we are deeply saddened by this great loss.
Thank You Kahlert Foundation
On December 14th the Carroll Technology Council honored Roberta & Greg Kahlert of The Kahlert Foundation for their generous contributions and support of the CTC and our initiatives naming them our 2017 Community Partner of the Year!
In 2017, through the Kahlert Foundations Grant to our TechKids/TechWorks program, we were able to provide Carroll County residents, students, and nonprofits with the following: 168 new laptop computers that were awarded to Carroll County students to help further their educational efforts, sponsorship of 3 robotics clubs (covering the cost of enrollment into all of their competitions), 3 college scholarships at Carroll Community College and McDaniel College, sponsorship of 4 student from Carroll County Career & Tech Center who competed in National Championships, sponsorship of Project Lead the Way students at SKILLS USA Competitions, financial support to the CTC’s Women in Tech program that mentors middle and high school female student interested in STEM, sponsorship of TechTrek- Carroll County’s first technology focused one day event in partnership with CTC members, Carroll County Public Library, MAGIC, and local robotics clubs highlighting technology across the county; computer lab and technology donations to Springdale Preparatory School, The Westminster Rescue Mission, North Carroll Community School, Vehicles for Change, Habitat for Humanity, Boys & Girls Club of Westminster and others.