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Learning in Action, U.Va.

Learning in Action

Public Service at the University of Virginia

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 and for questions or more information email

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.


945 Second Street SE

Opportunity Type: 
Volunteer Opportunity
Contact Name: 
Kelly Flynn