Leading Technology Education in a Global Community
Long known as the “cyber senator” and a champion of technology and internet privacy issues in Congress, Senator Leahy logged on to speak with a workshop of over 20 participants from his Washington office via Skype. During the chat, Senator Leahy discussed his work on these issues as well as the challenges and opportunities facing Vermonters in the digital age.
- Buying a Computer: PC or Mac? (Thursday 12/20 from 5:00p to 7:00p)
- Office Applications 101 (Thursday 1/17 from 5:00p to 7:00p)
- Connecting with Friends and Family (Thursday 2/21 from 5:00p to 7:00p)
"You guys can't go wrong with these guys. I'm going to go home tonight and have a face-to-face talk with my son in college - in California!"
"This isn't just any ordinary class. The instructors did not lecture us - it was more of a conversation. They listened to me and guided me step-by-step to a simple solution."
We are currently in the process of registering as a nonprofit organization with the state.
Technology for Tomorrow is a nonprofit organization that strives to close the gap between technology and the community by bringing free, high quality technology education to the residents of Vermont. The efforts of Technology for Tomorrow are for the purpose of facilitating lives, increasing productivity, and improving everyday life through the use of technology, because technology is not just tomorrow, technology is today. These workshops are our attempts to confront a time of many changes, and we’re meeting these changes during a time of larger nationwide and global change. We are leading technology education in a global community.