The Delridge Community Center lab coordinator for their computer program Rec Tech, Leslie Howle, would like you to know that they provide a free computer lab for teens through seniors to use their 12 computers and access the internet.
They offer homework help for teens only from 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm every day and the rest of the time tlhey are open to everyone to drop in and use the lab. They offer very inexpensive classes, some geared for seniors in particular and some for all adults, on computer basics and fun things like Photoshop and building a blog or website.
The Delridge Community Center gets people from the Delridge neighborhood and beyond. Beginning in January, they will be expanding their hours and offering the time between 1:00 pm and 2:30 pm for seniors to come use “open lab” time or take a class. They will also be available to help adults with résume writing and job searches during that time and in the evenings.
This fall the Rec Tech attendance was lower than usual and a lot of comments suggested folks didn’t realize the lab was there.
For further information call or contact Leslie Howle, RecTech Computer Lab Coordinator, Delridge Community Center, via email at Leslie.Howle@Seattle.Gov or by phone at 206-684-0364, Monday through Thursday from 3:00 pm to 9:00 pm.
The Delridge Community Center is on Delridge Way SW at the intersection of SW Genesee Street at 4501 Delridge Way SW.