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Tech Help - Marc Czarnecki

Skills for the Older Worker

How do you effectively support lifelong learning and upskilling for the older, experienced worker?
  • Re-skilling
  • Next-skilling
  • Up-skilling
Computers and use of broadband to share and engage content is mission-critical to this aspiration.

The Land-of-Sky Regional Council of Governments 'Digital Literacy Network' is here to help.

Contact a member of our team today and consider attending our lunch-and-learn event:

Experienced Workforce Initiatives Asheville 50+ Works Event

Learn more about privacy and security between the tech giants of Google Apple Microsoft Facebook.

Attend In Person

Tuesday
June 22nd
12:00 noon - 1:00 p.m.

Attend Virtually via Zoom 




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