During the first week of March, the HCJB Global Technology Center hosted ten students and their sponsor from Cedarville University who came to Elkhart to spend their spring break. Our objective is to help these students learn how they can contribute to missionary work and the spread of the gospel with their technical talents.
- Setup and testing of a UPS (uninterruptible power supply) system to provide backup power for partner radio stations in undeveloped countries.
- Design and mounting of a control box used to monitor clean water pumps in Africa.
- Sorting and cataloging of spare parts for high-power shortwave transmitters in Guam, Australia, and Swaziland.
- Construction of acoustic diffusers for a recording studio for the Jack and June Nikkel Media Center which produces and trains young people in the production of audio and video for Christian ministry.