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    Libraries, senior centers and other similar organizations that are actively seeking individuals with the requisite skills and experience who are willing, on a voluntary basis without remuneration, to teach basic computer skills to people who want to use computers for specific home and business applications including word processing, spreadsheet development, database management, electronic publishing, image processing and Internet access.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Education/Training ServicesCircles of Mercy provides computer training: a basic introduction to computers, and basic to advanced classes in Microsoft Office Word, Excel, Power Point, and Access.RensselaerCOMPUTER CLASSESCIRCLES OF MERCY
    Education/Training ServicesThe Computers for Kids Program of Troy Area United Ministries runs an intensive summer program for low income and at-risk youth. High School students learn to rebuild and upgrade computer hardware and to install and run software. At the end of the program, each student takes home a fully loaded computer that he or she has rebuilt. Donations of computers, Pentium IV or better, are accepted.RensselaerCOMPUTERS FOR KIDSTROY AREA UNITED MINISTRIES
    Volunteer OpportunitiesDePaul Housing Management communities for seniors need volunteers to instruct seniors on computer technology, internet navigation, and e-mail account set up and usage.AlbanyCOMPUTER LITERACY/INTERNETNAVIGATION VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIESDEPAUL HOUSING MANAGEMENT
    Volunteer OpportunitiesThomas Sports Group needs volunteers for tutoring and education, to assist youth with job training, including computer training, as mentors, to coach youth in organized sports teams, as chaperones, and those who are willing to transport youth to and from organized sports events and other activities.SchenectadyMENTORING, COACHING AND SUPPORT VOLUNTEERSTHOMAS SPORTS GROUP
    Volunteer OpportunitiesTroy Boys & Girls Club has opportunities available for volunteers in almost every capacity. Working with children in their groups during after school programs (mentoring, tutoring), providing specialized programs for youth and teens (arts/crafts, science, technology, dramatic arts, dance, career exploration, job preparedness), administrative support (data entry, database management, prepare mailings, office assistant, etc.), capital improvement projects, and much more.RensselaerVOLUNTEERTROY BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
    Volunteer OpportunitiesVolunteers must pass an audition process and having some computer experience is a plus. Excellent reading ability and articulation is required. RensselaerVOLUNTEER PROGRAMWMHT- RISE

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