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Shaw University’s School of Arts, Sciences and Humanitiesis partnering with Senior Planet from AARP to help people over 50 learn new online skills. When you sign up for the Digital Skills Ready@50+ program, you’ll gain the essential skills you need to navigate an increasingly digital world.

Whether you’re looking for a job, exploring entrepreneurship, or hoping to stay connected with family and friends, Digital Skills Ready@50+ classes and workshops offer trainings on a wide range of technologies, from video conferencing to online job search tools to office productivity software.

The classes are 75 minutes, twice a week for five weeks and will begin on January 10, 2023.

Register Today! 

Web: www.shawu.link/aarp-digitalskillsready

Call: 919-278-2661

Email: aarp-oats@shawu.edu

Location of classes:
Shaw University
118 East South Street
Yancy Building, Computer Lab 117
Raleigh, North Carolina 27601

AARP Digital Skill Ready Program

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Shaw University's School of Arts, Sciences, and Humanities is partnering with Senior Planet from AARP to help people over 50 to be Digital Skills Ready.