Adding to its list of free computer classes and labs, the Sabin CDC last week hosted a class at its six-station Learning Lab for community training located in at 4608 NE Martin L. King Jr. Blvd.
Pictured here, front to back, Joice A. Taylor, with Global Management Strategies and N/NE Business Association; Harvey Rice, an instructor for seniors with Sabin Computer Lab; Charlie Kraft, with FPI Management which operates McCoy Village, and Sabin staff member Monica Galvan.
This past summer The Skanner News promoted the Sabin Community Development Corporation's summer launch of free computer labs serving the House of Umoja and the Youth Employment Center.
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Current classes range from video production and technology to small business planning and introduction to web basics for seniors, teens and anyone in between.
For a class schedule or to sign up for a class, please call Sabin's community outreach coordinator at 503-287-3496, extension 25.
Sabin CDC's free computer labs include:
Sabin CDC Learning Lab and Open Community Computer Stations at Reflections Coffee and Books, 446 NE Killingsworth St., 503-288-4070
North/Northeast Business Association/Sabin CDC IT@WORK Learning Lab, 4606 Northeast Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Suite A, 503-445-1321
Fuel Cafe/NNEBA/Sabin CDC Open Community Computer Stations, 1452 NE Alberta St., 503-335-3835
Sabin Community Development Corporation Open Community Computer Station, 1488 NE Alberta St., 503-287-3496
Youth Employment Institute/Sabin CDC Youth Learning Lab, 1626 NE Alberta St., 503-282-3296.
For more information on Sabin CDCs classes, go to http://sabincdc.org/