Teacher of Computer Skills to Seniors in Northeastern Minnesota.
20 people are interested
Do you have both computer and Internet skills? Can you volunteer to teach those skills to senior citizens in Northeastern Minnesota?
We are looking for volunteers who can lead a class in basic computer skills for seniors.
Do you have access to a Computer Lab where Medicare consumers can meet and participate in this two-hour class?
We are in need of an instructor for our Senior Surf Day classes. Senior Surf Day is a two-hour long class for seniors who want to learn the basics of the computer, the Internet, and how to search for information online. We also cover the subjects of fraud awareness and how to find and use www.medicare.gov. This class helps Medicare consumers use web browsers. Our next volunteer training class will be held in Duluth on Thursday and Friday, May 9 & 10 and May 23 & 24, 2019.
The classes take place in a Computer Lab setting. Each class session runs approximately two hours. The volunteer instructor uses a course outline we provide to review basic functions of the computer, visit various Internet sites, and help students become familiar with computer terminology. This is an excellent opportunity for volunteers who want to help others learn the Internet and who are interested in a set schedule and a known time commitment.
If you are available then please contact Lee Swenson, Volunteer Coordinator with the Senior LinkAge Line, at 1-800-333-2433, Ext. 81019.
Northeastern MinnesotaDuluth, Aitkin, Itasca N. St. Louis & Cook County, MN 55802
- Public Speaking
- Adult Education
- Internet Research
- People Skills
- Basic Computer Skills
- People 55+
- Background Check
- Must be at least 18
- Orientation or Training
- One two-hour class a month.
- Do you have access to a computer lab?