Technology & Education Center
Sponsored by Verizon
New York Urban League
204 West 136th Street
(bet. 7th & 8th Avenue)
Hours of Operation:
The New York Urban League Technology & Education Center aims to increase the level of access and knowledge of career and education opportunities through the use of technology for community members.
Offering FREE :
* Computer and Internet Access to the community
* Classes in Computer/Internet Basics
* Classes in MS Office ( Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Publisher)
Check our monthly calendar below for class offerings:
|Computer & Internet Basics (3 part series)|
|12/3, 12/10 & 12/17|
|4:00pm-5:30pm (Tuesday Afternoons Only)|
|Join us for three 90 minutes sessions where you will learn how to use the mouse and keyboard and the difference between a laptop and desktop. Learn how to use a web browser, surf the internet and go to specific web pages.
Mail Merge using MS Word 2007 (3 part series)
|12/4, 12/11 & 12/18
|4:00pm-5:30pm (Wednesday Afternoons Only)|
Join us for three 90 minute sessions where you will learn how use mail merge to
produce multiple labels, letters, and envelopes for a specific group. Knowledge
of the mouse and keyboard is required.
Email Basics (3 part series)
|12/5, 12/12 & 12/19|
|11:00am-12:30pm (Thursday Mornings Only)|
Join us for three 90 minute sessions where you will learn how to create a
free account and learn how to compose, send, forward messages and
add attachments. Knowledge of the mouse and keyboard is required.
About the Center
Opening in April 2010, the NYUL took over operations of the Verizon Technology Education Center. The Verizon Technology Education Center (VTEC) was built more than ten years ago at a cost of $2M. Located within Verizon it served as a community-based facility for showcasing and educating customers about advanced telecommunications technology and the speed at which this technology was developing. NYUL will now operate the Technology Center from Harlem Renaissance High School providing computer classes and education to community members and the students of Harlem Renaissance High School. This center is not simply a technology lab but an avenue for community members to improve their skills through guided support.
For more information call 212.926-8000 ext. 139 or email email@example.com.