Seniors "Excel" in Computer Classes!
Published on Thursday, February 25, 2010 - 3:47pm
Over 100 seniors are enrolled in the free computer classes for ages 55 and over. The classes are taught by ByteBack Computers at the Woodridge Neighborhood Library.
The seniors are serious students. They bring their eagerness and willingness to master PC 1 and PC II for beginners.
The students practice exercises in typing tutorials, learn PC terminology and word processing, create e-mails and even spreadsheets.
Graduates (of the PC Beginners 2 class) will receive a FREE refurbished computer and may be eligible for two years of FREE Internet access. (Students must be low-income to receive this.)
ByteBack Computers is located at 815 Monroe St. N.E. They can be reached at is 202-529-3395.
This program made possible by the Holden Bequest and the following partners: First Time Computers, One Economy, Cricket and the D.C. Office of the Chief Technology Officer.