Arturo Martin Ruedas, an intern with the Computer and Technology Resource Center, has left his position in marketing and search engine optimization with us to return to his native home in Toledo, Spain.
Arturo Martin Ruedas was a student in marketing at the University of California, Berkeley, where his wife was employed as a chemist. When his wife became pregnant, they decided it was time to return to Spain.
The Certificate reads:
“The Computer and Technology Resource Center sincerely appreciates
and commends Arturo Martin for his effort, creativity, dedication and hard work during his UC Berkeley Marketing Internship with us, between September 3, 2014, and October 28, 2015.
“Due to him, the public image and activity of this organization have been immeasurably improved beyond any expectation. Thank you.”
The Computer and Technology Resource Center is a nonprofit (501(3)(c)) environmental charity, with headquarters in Bel Marin Keys, Novato, and another location in Berkeley. In addition to collecting and engaging in the ecologically responsible recycling of e-waste, CTRC has been donating free computers to other non-profits, schools, and low-income individuals and families in the San Francisco-Bay Area region since 1994. So far this year, the organization has donated approximately 400 working devices. The organization maintains a website at ewastecollective.org. It also offers free pickup of e-waste in Berkeley, California.
For more information about CTRC, please contact Ron Berry, General Manager, Computer and Technology Resource, 42 Digital Drive, #3, Novato, CA 94949. Email: email@example.com, or call (415) 883-1428.