Volunteers for Virtual Computer Lab
CONCEPTS FOR ADAPTIVE LEARNING INC
We're excited to share that our Virtual Computer Lab has started accepting Volunteers! Volunteers can sign-up for two-hour shifts, based on their availability.
We have morning, afternoon and evening slots on Monday to Fridays:
- 9:00 am to 11:00 am (Morning)
- 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm (Afternoon)
- 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm (Evening - Except Fridays )
Register through our website: https://concepts-for-adaptive-learning.jumbula.com/Fall2020/VirtualComputerLabVOLUNTEERRegistration_83
This is an excellent opportunity for Computer Science Majors and other College students with flexible schedules!
NOTE: It is possible that only one or two people will request support during your shift. There may be days when no one attends and you can create teaching videos in that time if you are interested and we will upload that on our website. Simply being ready to support is key!
Common support questions may include but not limited to:
- Formatting resumes on MS Word.
- PDFing resumes and uploading documents to Indeed and other job search websites.
- Formatting Excel documents and using formulas for use in our daily activities.
- Maintaining computers using anti-virus and spyware software.
- Creating basic websites.
Please note that this is a virtual volunteer position. We will provide a Certificate for Volunteering at the end of Participation in this Fall Session.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About CONCEPTS FOR ADAPTIVE LEARNING INC
162 Fillmore Street, NEW HAVEN, CT 06513, US
To raise the academic achievement of urban public school children, leading them to succeed in school and beyond. In pursuit of this mission, we use the resources of technology to educate students, parents, as our cornerstone and integrated approach for attaining improved educational outcomes.
Our vision is that ALL households should have access to the technology that will help them succeed in school and career.
Having a computer and technology in the home for school and work is a necessity - not a luxury. CfAL’s work to close the technology gap for New Haven students and families by providing:
basic computer training for parents and adults,
free computers to families that do not have a working computer at home, and
programs that further digital learning.