If the 27 students complete the workshops, they can keep the computers. Duma Bernard said students can pick their own subject, or go with one of the regular offerings.
"Some of those smiles, I thought they were going to crack their faces," said Henderson.
"It even goes into dating and violence." Most of the students aren't sure what to expect from Kids with Cops, but they're confident they will earn their computers. " Hope Henderson is CEO of the RCMP Foundation, which has partnered with RBC on the project.
"I feel special because we got computers," said student Eliza Gould. "We work with the RCMP to identify high-potential kids in their communities," she said.
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