Commissioner Steve Radack’s new senior center, The Thomas A. Glazier Senior Education Center at 16600 Pine Forest Ln. near Hwy. 6 and Clay Rd., is seeking volunteers to teach basic computer skills to local seniors. Seniors age 55 and better are able to take free computer classes, Internet safety and email classes, and enjoy free lectures such as “Wills and Probate”, “Brain Growth and Repair”, and much more.
Once seniors have basic computer skills, they can send email, shop online, protest taxes online and participate in a technology-driven world. The seniors need your skill and knowledge to help them move forward. Volunteers will teach basic computer skills, email skills, Internet safety, and spreadsheet classes. We are also seeking volunteers for light phone work.
Free training, networking events, and field trips are available for seniors who volunteer with the Senior Education Program. All volunteers are eligible to attend free, “invitation only” events and specialized training conducted by the Senior Education Program.
To become a volunteer, call 713-274-3250 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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