New to e-Learning? Need some help to improve your computer
skills? Use the resources below to get the support you need.
Promoting digital opportunities for all:
Search for a Community Technical Center near you – site is
maintained by seattle.gov and has a diverse selection of locations
in the Seattle area that has technical resources and people to help
you get familiar with using computers.
This link has a search feature that will allow you to find a
location that will work for you.
The following is the direct link to the list of locations at the
Another off-site training source
Community Organizations: Provide equipment and training in
computer skills as well as job search opportunities at little or no
- Goodwill Job Training Centers:
They offer walk-in workshops through their Job Training and
Education Program. For more information call 860-5791.
- King County Library System:
They offer classes, manuals, and videos for many of these
programs to help you learn and master these new high-tech tools.
They also offer free training sessions for specific computer
programs. If you would like this additional assistance, please
register for a class. Call to make an appointment to use a
computer or to register for a class.
1102 Auburn Way South 253-931-3018
Des Moines Library
21620 11th Avenue S. 206-824-6066
Federal Way 320th Library
848 S. 320th St. 253-839-0257
Redmond Regional Library
15990 N.E. 85th 425-885-1861
- Seattle.gov site also has a
page that highlights grants given to various agencies and
community service organizations. Links are provided to sites
that have received grants and have programs to help individuals.
You can browse the sites and select a location that will work
for you. http://seattle.gov/tech/tmf/projects2010.htm
- Seattle Housing Authority and
its partners operate five computer technology centers located in
communities throughout the city. They offer classes in basic
computer skills as well as other computer software.
link will give you the location and phone numbers of their five
- Seattle Public Library:
Basic workshops at Central, Broadview, New Holly and possibly
some other libraries. Their instructional services line:
- Work Source: located on the
North Seattle campus (ground level beneath executive offices)
They have basic computer classes in addition to resume building
and job-search workshops. You can get a printout of their
calendar by going to their office here on campus. For a list of
training services and resources
- YWCA Career Development
contact the Downtown location Phone: 206.436.8600 Location
in Seattle, 2024 3rd Avenue Seattle, WA 98121
The NeLSC staff at Virtual College wants our e-Learners to have a
positive educational experience and we are available to help you
with any questions or problems you may have.