CLiP (Computer Literacy Program) is a traditional project done by LSCS in partnership with the COSCA (Center for Social Concern and Action) offices that render social development through educational means, specifically in computer literacy. For 4 days, September 12, 19, 26, and October 3, 11 teaching assistants and 5 teaching heads set out to teach basic computer education to 20 beneficiaries per day. The focus of their study was to learn the basic formatting and commands for Microsoft Word. Moreover, the importance of technology, especially computers, was greatly impressed upon the learners. The event was smoothly conducted with the achievement of the primary goal of the project which was to let the beneficiaries recognize how technology can shape the future.