At Think, we believe it is our social responsibility to give back to our community. Think is enthusiastic about giving back to our community because it enriches our own lives and helps strengthen those around us. We’ve found that businesses want to hire and potential employees want to work for companies that care about the greater good. Our team members are encouraged to participate in charitable service activities, and are each given 16 hours of paid “Volunteer Time Off” per year to help make a difference in the world.
Think supports the Durango Chamber of Commerce and hosted an IT Town Hall at the Tech-Knowledge Conference in Durango in 2017 and 2018 during which we answered technology questions from the audience.
In 2018 our contributions to The Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado benefited the Making a Difference Speaker Series featuring Jenna Bush Hager. Jenna spoke about the importance of philanthropy – something we’re passionate about here at Think!
Think partners with Mountain Middle School to provide technology education opportunities and events, such as Hour of Code and support during Mountain Middle’s intersessions.
Think is passionate about bringing Hour of Code to our community. The Hour of Code is a global educational event designed to demystify “code”.
Think provides pro bono technology services for Know the Snow. The Joe Philpott and Peter Carver Avalanche Scholarship aims to bring awareness and education to back-country ski enthusiasts.
Think Founder and CTO, Matt Glick, is a long-time volunteer first responder with Durango Fire and Rescue Department. Think also provides pro bono IT consulting.