John Vonder, President of Providence Capital, is scheduled to present "The Alpha and Omega of 1 to 1" at the annual HECC conference in Indianapolis, IN on November 13, 2015. For a copy of the informative presentation, please contact John Vonder.
John Vonder, President of Providence Capital, and Cathy Hill, CEO of HOBI, International co-authored an article titled "The Death of a Device" published in the Summer 2015 edition of UPDATE Magazine. UPDATE Magazine is distributed by the Illinois Association of School Business Officials (IASBO). The article highlights Data ... Read More
Congratulations to Muriel Metko, School District of New London for winning the WASBO Foundation $2,000 Matching Scholarship sponsored by Providence Capital. Muriel is class valedictorian with highest honors and was involved with music, track, and the National Honor Society. She volunteered as a summer camp counselor and plans to ... Read More
Providence Capital Network announces the launch of a new website, logo, branding, domain name and email addresses. John Vonder, president, states, "I am excited about the rapid growth of the education market and our increased presence in providing creative and cost-effective solutions for leasing and remarketing. Our updated marketing further ... Read More
John Vonder will once again present and exhibit at the Wisconsin Association of School Business Officials (WASBO) annual conference in Wisconsin Dells, WI. The presentation titled "Financing Options to Start & Sustain a 1 to 1 Program" is scheduled for Thursday, May 22, 2014. Aaron Sadoff, Superintendent of North Fond ... Read More
John Vonder has been invited to present and exhibit at the Illinois Association of School Business Officials (IASBO) annual conference in Schaumburg, IL. The presentation titled "Best Practices to Decommission 1 to 1 Devices" is scheduled for Wednesday, April 30, 2014. Cathy Hill, president of HOBI International, is scheduled to ... Read More
Providence Capital Network announces closing 2013 with a 7th consecutive year of growth in new business originated. "The K-12 market continues to seek cost-effective and creative leasing solutions to support the demand for technology in the classroom. In particular, 1 to 1 programs are expanding at a dramatic rate and ... Read More