Recycled technology is beneficial to students beyond simple digital literacy: it promotes workplace soft skills such as critical thinking, independent research and cross-technology proficiency.
As of 2018, the West Virginia Department of Education has partnered with several Career Technical Education centers to reconstruct the wiped equipment for use in their counties. Additionally, the Library Commission has become a secondlaunchWV partner. Through the partnership, secondlaunchWV has provided updated equipment to libraries across the state. For many students, their local library is their sole source for technology, and the secondlaunchWV program can help ensure that students have access to quality, free technology when they need it.