AGE Computer Lab
The AGE Computer Lab provides hands-on learning in a state-of-the-art computer center, taught and guided by a group of retired technology and education experts, all volunteers. This supportive learning and assistive environment gently coaches adults to learn and use technology to its fullest. The seminars and classes use students’ personal interests as teaching tools, from photography and Internet applications to prevention of identity theft.
You can find more information about class schedules, registration, how to volunteer, and more at agecomputer.org.
Free Computer Tutoring from Austin Free-Net
Austin Free-Net provides free computer access and education to the Austin community. We have a large open-access lab in our headquarters where all community members are welcome.
Austin Free-Net’s free computer education program occurs in several locations including The DeWitty Center.
The DeWitty Center
2209 Rosewood Ave., Austin, TX 78702
Job and Computer Learning Lab, Room 213
Clients get help learning computer basics by achieving the goals they set for themselves. Our trainers help clients create resumes, look for jobs and find help online, create and use email accounts, connect with friends and family using facebook – and much more! There is no registration, appointment or ID required.
Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
To learn more visit Austinfree.net
Computer Classes at Austin Public Library
Drop in for free computer training at several Library locations throughout town. Our classes cover topics such as how to use email, look for a job, put finishing touches on your résumé and navigate social media.
You can also get hands-on computer assistance at select locations:
Computer and Job Searching Lab
Carver Branch | 1161 Angelina St. | 512-974-1010
Ruiz Branch | 1600 Grove Blvd. | 512-974-7500
Willie Mae Kirk Branch | 3101 Oak Springs Dr. | 512-974-9920
To learn more, visit Austin Public Library Computer Classes.