The government provided 20 computers for the orphanage but they did not provide a salaried position for a computer teacher. The computers sat idle two years. When the MUCH Board of Directors decided to support this program, the director of the orphanage approved Volodya to teach the children to use the computers. His first task was to install electrical outlets for every desk and provide internet for the teaching computer and Power Point projector and screen.
In September 2013 Volodya began teaching the computer class. The children attended with great enthusiasm.
Volodya studies at the National Transport University in Kiev. His future profession will be customs inspector.
In May 2015 he resigned from his position to work in Kiev.