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Senior housing seeks volunteer computer instructor

3/4/2014, 7:39 a.m.
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The Bates Senior Residence is operated in Annapolis by Community Preservation & Development Corporation (CPDC), a nonprofit organization that creates and preserves financially sound, socially responsible affordable housing for low and moderate-income individuals and families. There is a current need for a Student Volunteer Computer Instructor one or two days a week to provide two hours of computer training for CPDC residents in learning how to operate the computer including word processing, internet searches, emailing, social media, printing documents and playing games. In addition there is a need for Student Presenters on Health and Nutrition for one- hour sessions once a week for residents who want to learn more about eating healthy and learn more about nutrition. For more information, contact Cate Sirko at 410-263-3009 or e-mail csirko@cpdc.org. See website: www.cpdc.org.