Kelly Rice, Employment Program Manager at the International Center of Kentucky, realized they already had 16 under-utilized computers. She set up the lab space pictured in this post, including chairs donated by Western Kentucky University.
She’ll begin incorporating computer access and training into her job readiness activities.
What programs, apps and resources are you using? What tips can you share for organizing, publicizing and structuring services in your own computer labs?
Share your tips and lessons learned. Higher will connect you with Kelly and compile all the good ideas we hear in a future blog post.
To get the conversation started, take a look at Friends of Refugees’ Cafe Clarkston communty center and internet cafe. It’s a cornerstone of the vibrant refugee job seeker community in Clarkston, GA.