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Holiday Toy Drive
The spirit of giving | November 1st - December 20th
Ranger Good Works will be collecting NEW, UNWRAPPED TOYS and non-perishable food items starting November 1st. All donations will go directly to numerous families in need from Dillard Elementary School. Help us make this holiday season just a little brighter!

The Ranger Good Works organization grew out of Ranger Technical Resource’s desire to give back to the community, while also fulfilling the philanthropic needs of our employees, friends, and family.
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Upcoming Hack-a-thon / Teach-a-thon @ Sun Life Statium - 10/25/2014

The Ranger Super Coders are getting charged up and ready for another exciting tech event. Ranger Good Works is participating in the first Hack-a-thon and Teach-a-thon presented by Microsoft and Citrix at Sun Life Stadium. Together, we believe that technology events should not only cater to professionals in our industry but should also include those individuals who are inspired to work in the field. That’s why this year the 2014 Fin Tank event will include over 800 working professionals and two deserving groups of High School and Elementary students. The Dillard students will tour of one of the largest stadiums in South Florida, have an introduction to tech terminology, learn HTML with an instructor from Wyncode, participate in an Xbox Connect activity, and much more!

We are excited to gain community exposure and educate our youth through our new partnerships. Stay tuned for an event recap & photos.

Ranger Super Coders visited Nova Southeastern University - 10/21/2014

We are excited about our partnership with Nova Southeastern University and support from our community sponsors! We took 40 Ranger Super Coders on a field trip to tour the Graduate School of Computer and Information Science Department. The visit, for many of the students, was their first step onto a college campus. Our Tech Super Hero, Dean Ackerman gave the students a tour of his amazing computer collection, gave a supercharged Tech Talk, and instructed the students on how to build a solar powered robot. Afterword, we made stop off at the University Pit to be charged up with a slice of pizza. They also toured the Alvin Sherman Library to discover what resources are available to them before heading back to school.

The Heart of Neiman Marcus – July 19th 2014

Have you ever heard the phrase “shop till you drop”? Well, that phrase was something you could hear throughout the store this past Saturday at the Heart of Neiman Marcus event. Everyone had a smile on their face and a rack of clothes ready to purchase in support of Dillard Elementary School. Ten percent of ALL the merchandise sales were donated to a great cause, the start of an Art Program for 800 deserving Dillard students.

Every hour the customers and staff gathered together to witness the talents of the students with live performances from various clubs and groups of Dillard Elementary. The Impact Girls Club put on a great interpretive dance show to the song “Happy” by Pharrell Williams. This had the whole store clapping, cheering, and even singing! The Impact Girls also participated in an Art Adventure where they hand crafted butterflies which were centrally displayed on two large walls in the women's department for all to see.

Ranger Good Works was pleased to see over a hundred of our friends and family members shopping, socializing, and more importantly, supporting Dillard Elementary School. During the event, our team was very fortunate to make some new friends which will open doors to endless possibilities for our participating organizations. Through this initiative, Dillard was able to gain major support from community partners such as Young at Art Museum and Neiman Marcus. Together we were able to exceed our goal which provided Dillard with a GREAT amount of money to start their much needed Art Program.

Fort Lauderdale Named 2014 All-America City

Fort Lauderdale is a great city and Ranger Technical Resources is proud to be included in the strategic plan to keep it that way! Victoria Ranger, President of Ranger Technical Resources and Ranger Good Works, was chosen to be a participant in Mayor Jack Seiler’s delegation to the National Civic League. She, along with an amazing delegation led by City Manager Lee Feldman, presented Fort Lauderdale’s story, which earned the city a place in history.

The City of Fort Lauderdale was named as one of ten cities, nationwide, to earn the distinction of 2014 All-America City by the National Civic League. Click Here for more information.

Career Day 2014

On May 7th, 2014, Ranger Good Works brought the “City of Ft. Lauderdale” to the students of Dillard Elementary. Students were able to see firsthand what it feels like to take a walk through a safe and inviting city which had been created just for them. Students learned about various professions and many of our local industries during their walk. They engaged with professionals and had the chance to ask questions in a comfortable environment.

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Ranger Super Coders

We started a technology club called the Ranger Super Coders. The club was designed for students of all ages to provide a great first experience in computer science and coding. Our volunteers donate their time and talent monthly for one hour. Our goal is to inspire the youth to build self-confidence, be innovative, and dream about their future. Please be sure to check out the Super Coder's progress by visiting www.rangercoders.com.

Click Here to see a cool video of our club.

You can make a BIG difference and educate others by spreading the word about the importance of coding in computer science and by also sharing our video on any of your social media sites. Don't forget to tag #rangertechnical and #rangergoodworks!

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