Think Network Technologies is a family business with deep ties to the Durango community.

We believe it is our social responsibility to give back to our community.  Doing so has proven to be a driver of success and a measure for attracting top talent.  We’ve found that people want to hire and work for companies that care about the greater good.

Durango Chamber of Commerce
Durango Chamber of Commerce Tech-Knowledge Conference

Think supports the Durango Chamber of Commerce and hosted an IT Town Hall at the Tech-Knowledge Conference April 27, 2018 in Durango, CO, where we answered technology questions from the audience.

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The Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado

Think is proud to have sponsored The Community Foundation Serving Southwest Colorado’s Making a Difference Speaker Series featuring Jenna Bush Hager April 25, 2018 in Durango, CO. Jenna spoke about the importance of philanthropy – something we’re passionate about here at Think!

Women's Resource Center

The Women’s Resource Center does so much to support the women within our community and that’s why it’s so easy for us to donate and sponsor events for WRC. Think is happy to announce that we will be sponsoring the upcoming event, “Women’s History Month – Honoring Trailblazing Women in Business and Labor”.

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Mountain Middle School

Think is proud to partner with Mountain Middle School to provide technology education opportunities and events, such as Hour of Code and support during Mountain Middle’s intersessions. As a result of Think’s support, Mountain Middle is able to provide its students with robots and single-board computers.

Hour of Code

Think is passionate about bringing Hour of Code to our community. The Hour of Code is a global educational event designed to demystify “code”, to show that anybody can learn the basics, and to broaden participation in the field of computer science. It has become a worldwide effort to celebrate computer science through all sorts of community efforts.

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Professional Women's Network

Think CEO, Melissa Glick, is co-founder, and Think is a title sponsor. PWN of Durango is an organization where women connect, grow, and inspire each other to reach new levels of success.

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Know the Snow

Think provides technology services for the Know the Snow Fund. The Joe Philpott and Peter Carver Avalanche Scholarship aims to bring awareness and education to the backcountry skiing setting.

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Durango Fire & Rescue

For several years, Think’s founder, Matt Glick, has been a volunteer first responder with Durango Fire and Rescue Department. Think also provides IT consulting.

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Think Race Team

Our engineers love to get outside and ride the trails as part of Think’s mountain bike race team. The team is one way Think encourages a healthy work-life balance.  And, whenever they win, Think makes a donation to a local charity!

Think Gives

Think is enthusiastic about giving back to our community, because it enriches our own lives and helps strengthen those around us.  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.

Our most recent donations are to:  Lisa Parker’s Puppies, La Plata Open Conservancy, Mandy’s Farm, Hesperus Ski Patrol, Durango Arts Center, The Garden Project of Southwest Colorado and local first responders including; CO State Patrol, CO Flight for Life, Durango Fire Protection District, Durango Police Department, La Plata County Search and Rescue, La Plata County Sheriff.

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