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Computer Class Assistant - Assist adult learners with using new laptops
ORGANIZATION: JVS, Jewish Vocational Service
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12 people are interested
This opportunity meets once a week in-person: Fridays from 10:30am-12pm EST.
JVS is a non-profit, non-sectarian agency. Our mission is to empower individuals from diverse communities to find employment and build careers; and to partner with employers to hire, develop and retain productive workforces.
JVS provides a broad range of services including adult education, skills training, job readiness training, job placement and support, and access to post-secondary education. JVS assists employers in their search for well-qualified job applicants and their initiatives to upgrade the skills of their incumbent workforce.
The JVS Client Services department is offering computer skills classes as part of our program with Tech Goes Home (TGH). TGH provides Chromebooks and one year of Internet service, all at no cost to clients.
The JVS Tech Goes Home (TGH) program is open to all clients and students that participate in a JVS program for at least 15 hours. All JVS TGH clients must attend an orientation class to learn how to use the unique features of their Chromebooks. Other training classes will be offered that delve deeper into using Gmail, Google Docs, the Google Chrome browser as well as basic typing and mouse skills.
Access to technology removes barriers to employment, education, and many resources. Our students are of all ages (18-60+) and come from all over the world; many are immigrants and refugees.
The TGH Computer Class Volunteer will assist with teaching computer skills and effective Internet navigation to students. The Computer Class volunteer will work with the TGH teacher to ensure that students receive individual support during the class, and that those who struggle receive the help they need. The volunteer may also help set up computers for class and prepare and distribute class materials.
- Provide 1:1 support to students during the class
- Help students with keyboarding and mouse skills
- Help students set up Gmail accounts
- Help students dowload Zoom to their Laptops and how to use Zoom
- Help students navigate the Internet
- Assist teacher prepare class materials
- Comfortable working with students individually and in small groups
- Knowledge of Gmail
- Good basic computer skills
- Knowledge or familiarity of using Zoom
About JVS, Jewish Vocational Service
75 Federal St. 3rd floor, 3rd floor, Boston, MA 02110, US
JVS empowers individuals from diverse communities to find employment and build careers, and partners with employers to hire, develop, and retain productive workforces.
For 75 years JVS has been helping people secure financial independence through educational and employment services. Each year, JVS empowers more than 21,000 individuals through more than 36 services that guide clients on a pathway to meaningful employment; some of which include educational testing, skills training, English for Speakers of Other Languages, job search training, career counseling, Adult Basic Literacy and Adult Diploma Program instruction, citizenship education and financial literacy.
For several years, JVS has been recognized as a leading agency in the workforce development field, serving individuals such as professional-level job seekers, entry-level employees, welfare recipients, individuals with disabilities, refugees, immigrants, and career changers, and partnering with employers to help fill vacancies and provide the education their employees need to ascend their career ladders.
75 Federal St.3rd FloorBoston, MA 02110
August 5, 2022
- General Education
- Basic Computer Skills
- People Skills
- Background Check
- Must be at least 16
- Fridays from 10:30am-12pm EST. 3-month commitment.
- Must be Fully COVID vaccinated per CDC definition