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Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens

Seniors Training Seniors in Computer Technology


Contact: Lynda Hunter @ 206.233.2783 or email Lynda.Hunter@Seattle.gov

JOB SEEKERS: Classes are available through the Mayor's Office for Senior Citizens if you are age 55 and over and registered with the 55+ Employment Resource Center. As a registered client of the Employment Resource Center, you will have the opportunity to take Microsoft Office classes at no cost. Pre-requisites: These classes require current knowledge of keyboarding (35wpm); MS Windows 7, e-mail, and internet. Classes are File Management, Word 2010 Level One and Level Two, Excel 2010 Level One and Level Two; Publisher, PowerPoint and special workshops.

Additional resources for job seekers of any age: Jobs & the Internet - Community Technology | seattle.gov

Interested in Becoming a Volunteer Instructor or Assistant Instructor?

Computer-savvy persons age 50+ are encouraged to apply for volunteer instructor positions. Youth and younger adults are welcome to apply to serve as volunteer assistants.

Contact: Lynda Hunter @ 206.233.2783 or email Lynda.Hunter@Seattle.gov

Other Resources for Computer Training and Community Access


The City of Seattle is committed to promoting a technology healthy community, so citizens and residents have the information technology training and access needed for civic and cultural participation, employment and lifelong learning. Additional Community Technology Resources are listed below:

Seattle Human Services Department
Street address: 700 5th Avenue, Suite 5800, Seattle, WA 98104
Mailing address: PO Box 34215, Seattle, WA 98124-4215

Phone: 206-386-1001
Fax: 206-233-5119
TTY/TTD: 206-233-2778

Accommodations for people with disabilities provided upon request.