At the Troy Senior Computer Learning Center, qualified instructors teach students 50 and older from Troy and the surrounding area to use a computer in a friendly environment. The lab features eight computers with high speed Internet access, five scanners and two printers. Classes for persons 50 and older are taught and coached by trained and experienced senior volunteers. Learn to use a computer, access the Internet, and connect to family and friends through e-mail in a low-pressure environment. For more information about the classes, including course outlines, please visit the Troy Senior Computer Learning Center website.
A 25% discount is available to low-income Troy seniors. The computer lab is also open for drop-in use on Monday from 9 am–12 pm. Drop in to type and print a letter, use the Internet, play games, or practice what you are learning in class. Volunteers will assist you if you have any questions. If you are interested in volunteering to be a lab monitor for open lab, please contact Meghan Veiga at Meghan.Veiga@troymi.gov.