is an organization devoted to providing fellow Americans with
effective computing solutions. StudentsHelp.org has a business
model of generating revenue in the B2B market and reinvesting
that revenue in its B2C market. However, our free online technical
support reaches to the world community. StudentsHelp.org was
founded in the summer, 1998. Since then we have been rapidly
expanding in all dimensions of the organization. Expansion and
consolidation is in the picture. (Our
computing and professional background)
What services do we provide?
has been recognized as a emerging multifaceted consulting firm.
With one of the most diverse backgrounds in the industry, our
team provides solutions that exceed the quality of large unscalable
consulting firms. Our list of services
are expanding but we have provided consulting in the following
Free Online Tech. Support
Are all our services really free?
For non-profit organizations,
our labor is free of charge. However, services such as onsite
support requires we charge a nominal fee to cover transportation
For companies our solutions are subsidized by a team of
results-oriented consultants. Revenue generated from corporate
solutions are reinvested to enhance site technologies and
to expand our services.
Why are we the best?
most importantly we have the largest contact with individuals
worldwide. Nobody competes with us for this reason. But even
more than that, computers are our life! We do nothing but work
on our computers. We eat, sleep and dream computers. That is
why we can provide the fastest and most reliable computing services
in the world.
If we don't earn any money, then
why do people join StudentsHelp.org?
join StudentsHelp.org for a variety of reasons. Many students
are interested in studying computer science, and want to join
our organization to gain more experience. Also, people like
to work in our organization because it emulates a corporate
infrastructure. (Its not as big as a corporation though) Some
people join because, they want the chance to be a part of StudentsHelp.org's
recent media attention and exciting team. Also, by joining the
organization, people have the chance to earn letters of recommendations,
support, referrals, and increased experience.
So how much money do we make?
only money that we make is for the creation of corporate Internet
sites; money generated from this service goes straight back
into our organization, to help pay for our operation fees. Soon
we will start earning money by advertising other organizations,
so that we can implement some new ideas like a (800) number
that people can call when they run into emergency computer problems.
How many members are in StudentsHelp.org?
currently have a small team at StudentsHelp.org. We are in the
process of recruiting more volunteers. However, we have a network
of contacts in commercial companies like Netscape, WebVan, Modus
Media International, Beyond.com, Conxion Corp, and Microsoft
Corp. Many students are interested in joining StudentsHelp.org
because it looks favorably for aspiring computing professionals
to be involved with community computing service.
Do we provide on-site assistance?
we provide the San Francisco Bay Area with onsite assistance.
Unfortunately, we charge a flat $10 fee if you are less than
20 minutes drive from Mountain View, CA. This covers only our
expenses of traveling to the site. For more info click
Are we a non-profit?
we are not a non-profit organization. We are a private organization,
that just goes out and helps people with their computing issues.
If you need help, we'll help you. We aren't like other organizations,
that make you fill out ten pages of forms just so you can get
a little assistance.
Are we famous?
we'd like to think so. However, we've only just started. StudentsHelp.org
has been fortunate to gain publicity in the world community.
We have recently received publicity from KRON -TV, New Media
News, Bay-TV, San Jose Mercury News, Student.com, The Los Altos
Town Crier and BayInsider.com. You can look for our special
story on KRON channel 4 in upcoming weeks. Also, BayInsider.com
has been kind enough to donate server
space for our organization. In addition, we have been working
with a internationally known artist, the U.S. Junior Chamber
of Commerce(SJ), Netscape Communications and the Nippon Telephone
company on Art and Technology Society community projects. However,
our publicity doesn't stop there. We are in the process of gaining
new publicity opportunities, but that information is still classified.