AGE Computer Lab
The AGE Computer Lab provides hands-on learning in a state-of-the-art computer center, taught and guided by a group of retired technology and education experts, all volunteers. This supportive learning and assistive environment gently coaches adults to learn and use technology to its fullest. The seminars and classes use students' personal interests as teaching tools, from photography and Internet applications to prevention of identity theft.
The AGE computer lab volunteers have developed curriculum for each of more than 75 distinct classes that help seniors remain active participants in their community and enrich their lives. These seminars are offered at various times throughout the year. New classes are starting each month. Click here for more information.
In 2014, 512 students participated in classes ranging from computer basics to iPhone skills, digital photography, Facebook skills, and video editing.
You can find more information about class schedules, registration, how to volunteer, and more at www.agecomputer.org.