In 2020, we launched an adult workforce training program to get adults back to work after job loss resulting from the pandemic. This year, we are growing this program, offering courses that develop entry-level computer literacy skills for the workplace thanks to Broadway Bank and Microsoft's generous donations.
Computer Literacy for the Workplace Sponsored by Broadway Bank
On January 26, SAMSAT is launching Computer Literacy for the Workplace, a FREE five-class, 12.5-hour program that teaches basic computer knowledge and skills to those with little to no experience using computers. These classes will develop skills important to success in the workplace or for additional workforce vocational training. Upon completion, students will receive a SAMSAT Computer Literacy Digital Badge documenting their accomplishments.
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Is a lack of computer skills holding you or someone you know back from meeting job and career goals?
SAMSAT Digital Academy Sponsored by Microsoft
SAMSAT has also launched a Digital Academy program, a five-session online course that enriches the digital skills of participants and prepares each person to deliver the same content to 20 new students. We are training the digital literacy trainers! Through SAMSAT Digital Academy, SAMSAT will create a cohort of 140 digital literacy trainers to address the workforce and equity challenges among San Antonio. This program is available to 11th and 12th-grade students, college students and adults.
Does your organization have students or adults who would benefit from enriched computer skills? And then could learn even more by teaching others? Contact us at email@example.com to learn more today!
To learn more about SAMSAT's workforce initiatives visit www.samsat.org/workforce.