AmeriCorps Roanoke Public Libraries Computer Literacy Program
Roanoke Public Libraries has been selected to receive an AmeriCorps grant to fund 18 part-time AmeriCorps members that will help the Libraries expand it computer literacy training programs. Postion Description is available.
Roanoke Public Libraries will engage AmeriCorps members in providing computer literacy classes to youth and adults at local library branches, schools and partner agencies. Classes introduce students to the computer, the keyboard and mouse, and the basic use of various software programs. Members will also assist the public with general computer issues such as setting up an email account, scanning photographs, creating a resume, and filling out an online form.
All applicants shall be afforded equal opportunity in all aspects of employment without regard to race, color, political affiliation, national origin, disability, sex, sexual orientation or age.
Through grants from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and the AmeriCorps Virginia program, the Roanoke Public Libraries will be providing FREE computer classes to local civic, cultural, educational and intellectual organizations.
Organization is located with Roanoke City limits
Organization will provide space, tables, chairs, and electricity for computer classes
For additional information please contact:
Wendy Allen or Nathan Flinchum
Main Library 540-853-2474
Roanoke Public Libraries AmeriCorps
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