Cyber Seniors is a free one-on-one tutoring program with sessions geared towards seniors who have never used computers before or who have only a basic knowledge of computers. Each learner is partnered with a community volunteer tutor and together they work on basic skills such as using a mouse, saving files, searching the Internet, and setting up an email account.
In the fall of 2013, LASS launched the first Cyber Seniors Computer Tutoring Centre at the Seniors’ Drop-in Centre in downtown Salmon Arm and we have been pleased to see the program grow and evolve over the years. We currently offer computer tutoring in Blind Bay, Enderby and Sicamous with programs taking place in local seniors centre’s or community library branches.
[quote style=”2″ author=”A happy Cyber Seniors learner”]”[I] felt very comfortable in learning and I’d recommend this program to anyone learning a computer. Thank you so much for this opportunity.”[/quote]
Are you interested in being a volunteer tutor with Cyber Seniors?
Did you attend Cyber Seniors as a learner? Please fill out the Learner Feedback Form after your session.
[notice] Learner Feedback Form [/notice]
Did you volunteer with the Cyber Seniors program? Please fill out the Tutor Feedback Form after your session.
[notice] Tutor Feedback Form [/notice]
Locations and Contact: Sierre Allison, Cyber Seniors Program Coordinator 250-463-4555, firstname.lastname@example.org
Okanagan Regional Library
Piccadilly Mall #285-1151 10 Ave SW
Salmon Arm, BC
South Shuswap Library
#1-2425 Golf Course Drive
Blind Bay, BC
We acknowledge the financial support of the United Way
Enderby & District Senior Citizens Society or Enderby Branch Okanagan Regional Library
1101 George Street
Cyber Seniors Facilitator
446 Main St. #2