Here at Microsoft Chicago, we know how important it is that technology skills are totally accessible to all — no matter your age, race or gender. This is why we were excited to join the City of Chicago and Connect Chicago to launch a new curriculum for senior citizens called DigiSeniors.
All computer trainers, teachers, librarians and residents who are interested in helping close the technology gap in Chicago can sign up for “Train-the-Trainer” sessions. Read more about the initiative and how you can be a part of it on Smart Chicago’s blog here.
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