Teen Tech Tutors
What are Teen Tech Tutors?
Teen Tech Tutors will provide one-on-one help to adults who would like to learn basic computer skills or how to better use their ereader or smartphone. Basic computer skills will range from helping an adult learn how to use a mouse, use a smartphone, set up an email account, use Microsoft Word, or how to navigate the Internet.
Tech tutors volunteer for drop-in help sessions. Currently these sessions are offered twice a month on Saturdays (11am-1pm) and twice a month on Thursday afternoons (3pm-5pm).
All Teen Tech Tutors attend a training session before starting.
Who Can Volunteer?
Students in grades 9 through 12 who are interested in volunteering to teach basic technology skills at the Victor Farmington Library.
Currently, we are looking for teens who are available once or twice a month on Thursday afternoons.
Why Should I become a Teen Tech Tutor?
It is a great way to obtain your community service credits and it will reflect well on your college applications. You’ll also have a lot of fun!
When should I sign up?
Right now! We are currently looking for a few new tech tutor volunteers.
What do I have to do to sign up?
Fill out the online Teen Tech Tutor Application. After we receive your application, we may contact you for an interview.
Need Additional Information?
Dori Eisenstat, Teen Coordinator
Victor Farmington Library
To apply to be a Teen Tech Tutor, please fill out an application.