Volunteers help Library patrons learn and practice computer skills in a one-on-one environment, including (but not limited to) the use of the Internet, software applications, coding, social media and mobile devices. Learning looks different for every patron and may take place on Library PCs, Chromebooks, or the patron’s own personal devices.
- Provide access to computers and support with computer technology.
- Enhance computer technology skills.
- Increase awareness and use of library resources, services, and programs.
Fall / Winter / Spring / Summer
1.5- to two-hour programs
Times vary depending on location
- Strong computer technology skills
- Strong listening and communication skills
- Flexibility and strong problem-solving skills
- Able to work effectively with diverse populations
- Attend an orientation and training session
- Help participants learn and practice basic computer skills
- Participate in the program for a minimum of one year
An online orientation package and an on-site training.
- Meet new people and explore new opportunities.
- Help individuals to develop their computer technology skills.
- Have fun and contribute to your community.
- Develop interpersonal, leadership, problem solving, communication, and time management skills
Giuffre Family Library
Louise Riley Library
New Central Library