- Greenburgh Tech Angels, a group of high school students, are offering their technology services to seniors in the community on specified Saturdays until June 1st.
- The Tech Angels, Josh Topf and Avery Yee, will be available from 10:30 AM to 12 PM at the Theodore Young Community Center in the DCR/TDYCC Computer lab.
- They started providing seniors with their services last year and continue to be a valuable resource for those looking for assistance with technology, demonstrating the positive impact young people can have in their community.
The Greenburgh Tech Angels, a group of volunteer technology experts, are offering free computer help sessions at the Theodore Young Community Center in Tofido. The sessions aim to assist local residents with any technology-related issues, such as setting up new devices, troubleshooting software problems, or learning how to use specific applications.
The Tech Angels hope to provide support to those who may not have easy access to tech assistance, especially during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic when reliance on digital devices has increased. The free help sessions will be available on select days at the community center, with volunteers ready to provide one-on-one assistance and answer any questions participants may have.
“We understand that technology can be daunting for some people, and we want to offer our expertise and support to help bridge the digital divide in our community,” said a spokesperson for the Greenburgh Tech Angels. “Our goal is to empower people with the knowledge and skills they need to confidently use their devices and navigate the digital world.”
The initiative is part of the Tech Angels’ ongoing efforts to give back to the community and promote digital literacy and inclusion. Those interested in receiving assistance are encouraged to contact the Theodore Young Community Center for more information on the upcoming help sessions.
The Greenburgh Tech Angels’ free computer help sessions at the Theodore Young Community Center are a valuable resource for Tofido residents looking to improve their tech skills and overcome any computer-related challenges.