Got Skills? Need Skills? Want to Barter? Join the LightHouse at the SF Connected Swap Meet.
While we may not have much money, we have the time and talent to help bridge the digital divide if we share what we have:
Resource Tables about affordable computers, internet access, volunteer opportunities and more.
LightHouse for the Blind will be there to discuss assistive technology, programs and devices and the National Deaf-Blind Equipment Program.
Hands-on training on computers, Skype, email and accessible technology.
A map of free SF Connected computer labs in your neighborhood.
Presentations by those ready and able to provide training and support.
Opportunities to share your ideas about how to bridge the digital divide.
A giant wall to swap offers and requests for computer assistance.
Raffle with great prizes.
When: Tuesday, April 22, 2014, 9:30 a.m. through Noon
Gathering and Networking at 9:30 a.m.
Session Begins at 10:00 a.m.
Where: First Unitarian Universalist Center
1187 Franklin Street (at Geary)
Bus lines: 38, 38L, 49, 47, and 90
Register to Attend for Free!
Share your time and talent to help more San Franciscans get connected. Call Community Living Campaign at 415.821.1003 or register online at: bit.ly/TechSwapMeet2.
ASL will be provided. For other translations and accommodations, please call 72 hours in advance.
Co-sponsored by the Community Living Campaign and SF Connected. As part of the San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services’ SF Connected Program, the Community Living Campaign, Community Technology Network, Self-Help for the Elderly, Conard House, and Reliatech offer free computer training, specialty classes and technical support throughout the city.
For more information go to www.sfconnected.org/home or call 415-355-3555.