Work for Humankind

Elizabeth City State University Students Visit Segment 1

Lenovo’s Work for Humankind Partnership

Lenovo is proving you can work from anywhere and positively impact the places you visit during its Work For Humankind campaigns in North America, South America and Asia.

Students from Elizabeth City State University, a Historically Black University, embarked on the North Carolina leg of the Lenovo Work For Humankind project. Traveling along the 1,175-mile trail in a van loaded with state-of-the-art Lenovo tech, the team racked up more than 2,500 miles on the odometer, changing the face of conservation along the way.

The final stop on the journey was Cherokee, where students hiked the first segment of the Mountains-to-Sea Trail while documenting key points of interest. Students visited Looking Glass Falls, Mingus Mill, the Oconaluftee Trail and other area trails. For their volunteer effort, the Pisgah National Forest Rangers took students on a tour around areas that were devastated by Tropical Storm Fred. They were able to gear up and clean up damaged areas.

Motorola built an app for all hikers to experience the same journey the students embarked on. The app displays in Cherokee and English translations. Download today!

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Special thanks to Lenovo for making the partnership possible.