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Public Computer Centers

St. Louis Community College, in partnership with the Missouri Department of Higher Education (MDHE), are now participating in the "Pathway's to Broadband Access and Technology Education" project. Through the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) grant, STLCC now has two new computer access sites that are open and free to the public. They are the St. Louis Community College's public computer centers at William J. Harrison Education Center and the Center for Workforce Innovation. These locations will function as one-stop technology centers for launching new opportunities, new careers and personal enrichment.

See the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act for more information.

FREE COURSE (Course Descriptions):

  • Basic computer skills
  • Social networking for the professional
  • Missouri online job assistant
  • Internet searching - Google basics
  • Home computer security and safety
  • Getting your photos online
  • Craigslist basics
  • Basic Windows skills: Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Basic e-mail - getting a provider and setting up an e-mail account

Schedule of Courses:

To learn more about either the free public computer access or the free courses call:

Center for Workforce Innovation - 314-513-4601
William J. Harrison Education Center - 314-763-6000

Made possible by a federal grant through the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program, part of the Recovery Act and the Missouri Department of Higher Education.

Additional Resources

Link to the Digital Literacy site: http://www.digitalliteracy.gov/
Link to the Btop site: http://www2.ntia.doc.gov/