In 1999, CNSC opened the doors to its very own onsite computer center where classes are offered to the community in Chinese. The program started through the generous support of AT&T, which had provided computers and classroom space at its Global Communications Center. When the Center's offices moved in April, AT&T donated 15 computers, a printer, a fax machine, and other office furniture to our agency. The popularity of the classes continues to grow just as the diversity of students we serve continues to expand. We have children getting a head start on the information highway, young adults improving their job marketable skills, and older adults in their 70's and 80's eager to learn new skills, too.
Also: During the summer of 1999, AT&T donated office equipment, computers, and furniture to expand our computer classes for adults and children. With their donation, our new onsite computer learning facility opened in July. Since the opening of the facility, over 200 students have enrolled in classes. Alan K. Yee, a computer systems supervisor at Kaiser Foundation Hospitals, volunteered to be the learning center's consultant. We offer introductory courses on how to use a PC as well as instruction in Microsoft Office 97 applications. Summer classes targeted for children are also offered. Thank you AT&T for your generous support of this much-needed program! – less – More from ZoomInfo »