Using computers, tablets or smartphones and accessing the internet is now vital to carrying out our day-to-day lives. Want to apply for a new job? Go online. Need to check your kid's homework assignment? Go online. Need medical advice or information on a drug you have been prescribed? Go online. Banking, classes, looking for housing--you get the idea.
If you are comfortable using computers, you can help your neighbors that are still on the other side of the "digital divide." Join our team as we teach fundamental computer skills and how to access the wealth of opportunities and resources online.
Classes are one hour each, once weekly, for ten week sessions. All classes are currently virtual and we need in-class support (zoom) on Monday evenings (6-7 PM) and Friday afternoons (2-3 PM). If you need to work to your own schedule, we have opportunities to support learners one:one. You can start at any point during the class cycle and bilingual (Spanish/English) volunteers are highly desirable.
For more info, contact Susanne at email@example.com, or call the Literacy Center at 831-758-7929.
John Steinbeck Branch, 350 Lincoln, Salinas, CA 93901, US
The Public Library's mission statement is to encourage reading, the appreciation of books, and to provide materials and services to help members of the community meet their personal, informational, educational, and cultural needs.
Public libraries in California seek to engage the talents, skills and commitment of volunteers to serve the communities' information and literacy needs. Libraries offer a variety of skilled volunteer opportunities to make a meaningful contribution to library programs, operations, fundraising events and other community engagement functions. Skilled volunteers have opportunities to lead projects, work with teams of staff and volunteers, learn new skills, and have fun.
Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
Immigrants & Refugees
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.