The Tech Leaning Center is a non-profit volunteer organization whose primary mission is to provide 50+ adults access to and education about computer technology and the Internet to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom.
Tech Learning Center instructors are dedicated to peers teaching peers in a supportive, small-class environment.
Norwalk Senior Center is pleased to provide this learning opportunity for older adults!
To view our calendar of courses, please click here.
The Tech Learning Center is in need of volunteer instructors and coaches, who can share their knowledge of computer hardware and software with senior students. An understanding of senior concerns and apprehensions regarding computer technology, and patience to work out problems at all skill levels is required.
Instructors should be familiar with computer hardware, and either be knowledgeable of/or capable of learning software that will be used in the curriculum. They will assume primary teaching responsibilities in the classroom, and work collaboratively with one or more coaches during the class. Coaches are required to educate themselves on curriculum and materials used in the classroom. They will assist the instructor in the teaching process.
Both instructors and coaches are required to commit to at least one term per year, with a maximum of 6, 4 or 3 sessions per course; they are also expected to attend semi-annual volunteer meetings.
questions? Contact us at (203) 847-3115, Extension 111
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