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Cyber-Seniors ~ Technology Training for Beginners

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Cyber seniors connects youth in the community with senior students who wish to learn the basics of internet and computer use.

Cyber seniors connects youth in the community with senior students who wish to learn the basics of internet and computer use. This is a beginner course and each participant partnered with a mentor that will help him or her answer his or her own personal computer questions.

Participants must be prepared to meet once or twice a week for ten weeks, (Min 20 hours) Schedule to be determined by individual pairs.

In Partnership with the Olds Institute and Olds Library.
Registration Begins Sept 3rd

5217 52 Street

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Dates Times
October 1, 2019 - December 10, 2019 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Venue Details

  • Address: 5217 52 Street, Olds
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Cyber Seniors connects youth in the community with senior students who wish to learn the basics of internet and computer use.

Cyber Seniors connects youth in the community with senior students who wish to learn the basics of internet and computer use. This is a beginner course and each participant partnered with a mentor that will help him or her answer his or her own personal computer questions.

Participants must be prepared to meet once or twice a week for ten weeks, (Min 20 hours) Schedule to be determined by individual pairs.

In Partnership with the Olds Institute and Olds Library.
Tuesday 4-6 pm October 1 – December 10