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Computers4Kids Mentor

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Computers4Kids (C4K), a local nonprofit after-school mentoring and technology training program, is conducting a special recruitment drive to match volunteer mentors with middle and high school students who would greatly benefit from a positive adult role model. Mentors and students meet one hour per week for 36 hours (approximately 9-12 months) at our learning lab and work together on technology projects that can range anywhere from a PowerPoint presentation, magazine, video game, website, and so much more! After 20 hours of mentoring, the student receives a free computer! Mentors need not be technology whizzes. This a wonderful chance to learn new technology with a student while helping to ensure our local kids get the opportunities they deserve! To submit a volunteer application visit www.computers4kids.net/volunteer/volunteer-application and for questions or more information email volunteer@computers4kids.net.

Training and mentoring sessions take place at C4K’s learning lab, located in the Frank Ix building at 945 Second St. SE, a few blocks south of the downtown mall. Parking is free and always available. The learning lab is open Monday through Thursday, 3:30 to 8 p.m. and Friday 3:30 to 7 p.m.

Location: 

945 Second Street SE

Opportunity Type: 
Volunteer Opportunity
Contact Name: 
Kelly Flynn