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Published on Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Learn at SAPL Launches Free Digital inclusion Certificate Program Available to All San Antonio Residents

-- Celebration of National Digital Inclusion Month Commemorates the New Program --

CONTACT: CAITLIN COWART, 210-207-2638
Caitlin.Cowart@sanantonio.gov

 

SAN ANTONIO (May 15, 2019) – In celebration of Digital Inclusion Month and in partnership with the Digital Inclusion Fellowship, Google Fiber and the San Antonio Public Library Foundation, the San Antonio Public Library (SAPL) is now offering a free Digital Inclusion Certificate Program. The Certificate Program, available through spring 2020, offers classes at the Library’s four Learn at SAPL centers and includes class options to grow digital skills at your own pace. The program is aimed to help those seeking jobs and looking for job advancement as well as anyone who needs computer skills of any level. The classes are available in group settings and through one-to-one learning with a certified trainer. Five classes must be completed to earn a certificate. Those interested in participating should contact one of the Learn at SAPL centers directly (information below).

 

Learning opportunities available through the Digital Inclusion Certificate Program:

 

Basics of Using a Computer
Learn basic computer vocabulary and how to find information online

 

Connect with Friends and Family
Explore ways to stay in touch using digital platforms

 

Find and Apply for Jobs
Use the internet to find a job and complete online applications

 

Build your Professional Skills
Strengthen administrative abilities and learn Microsoft Word and Excel

 

Learn at SAPL centers:

 

Bazan Library
2200 W Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78207
210.207.9160

 

Carver Library
3350 E Commerce St
San Antonio, TX 78220
210.207.9180

 

Cortez Library
2803 Hunter Blvd
San Antonio, TX 78224
210.207.9130

 

Westfall Library
6111 Rosedale
San Antonio, TX 78201
210.207.9220

 

Visit mysapl.org for additional details or call 210-207-2500

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