Charles Oropallo is a graduate of Bishop Gibbons High School in
Schenectady, New York.
Charles Oropallo entered and served three years on active duty in
the United States Marine Corps. Among other things,
while in the Marines, he was trained in electronics,
maintenance, and in special forces as a scout sniper in forced recon. Charles was honorably discharged from active duty in
April 1972. This icon links to the official USMC website.
In November 1977, Charles Oropallo authored and implemented an
online Bulletin Board System (BBS) called Access-80. It operated on a Radio Shack TRS-80
Model I, Level II microcomputer. Its purpose was to provide an email and information
system for local computer enthusiasts. Access-80 was placed online in East Greenbush, New York.
after, it was concurrently placed online in Schenectady, New York. In 1982, Charles moved
from the East Greenbush, New York area to Nashua, New Hampshire, and so did Access-80.
Nashua Access-80 setup is shown at the left. It was not long before it was concurrently
online in Londonderry as well as Nashua. Access-80 was online until it was finally retired in1987.
Later, Charles Oropallo earned a Paralegal/Legal Assistant
certificate from Blackstone School of Law. This icon links to their website.
Charles Oropallo then earned an Associate of Arts, summa
cum laude, in Liberal Studies from New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire.
continued on to complete his Bachelor of Science, summa cum laude, in Human
Services, also at New England College. This icon links to NEC's website.
Charles Oropallo was accepted into and completed his graduate studies at the
McGregor School of Antioch University, earning his Master of Arts in Psychology.
Charles's master's thesis was titled Rehabilitating Incarcerated Criminal Offenders:
The Change Process. This
icon links to Antioch's website.
Charles Oropallo is a trained, certified Lead
Facilitator for the Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP). He
remained involved with
AVP-NH starting in 1993. Charles has been its website administrator since April
1999. He was the organization's
secretary from November 1999 until April 2001. Since November 2000 he has taken on the responsibility of
heading up the organization by holding the position
of the organization's State Coordinator.
Charles has facilitated workshops in New Hampshire, Maine, Vermont, and Nigeria.
The New Hampshire AVP has been inactive for a number of years. If you have
realized that just complaining about the violence in the world today doesn't seem to be
solving the problem, then take action and do something about it! Start right now by
taking the first step: checking out the local AVP website to find out how
you can help. Just click on the icon to the left. There are
many other links to related organizations there, as well.
Charles owns and operates
CharlesWorks, LLC. Operating since June 15th, 1998, this company grew out of Charles's sincere desire to
One if Charles's goals was to provide
affordable and reliable hosting and web presence solutions for individuals
and small companies alike.
websites, builds websites
and specializes in SEO (Search Engine Optimization). CharlesWorks
owns its own infrastructure, providing website hosting on its own servers.
CharlesWorks currently has servers located in Peterborough. New Hampshire
as well as backup systems located in several locations.
Charles has also sold
pre-owned computer related parts & equipment, recycled & new software
products, and used computer books & manuals.
was also an independent representative for ACN (formerly the American Communications Network of Concord, North Carolina), one of the world's largest direct
sellers of telecommunications products. He handled local and long
distance telephone services, digital VOIP telephone services, digital
video phone (videophones) services, cell phones (cellphones), wireless
broadband (air cards or aircards), satellite TV, and security
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