YES! Computer Assistance Services: Community Education

 

YES! Computer Assistance Services: Community Education

Description

Walk-in clients receive assistance with workforce readiness, technological assistance, and community advancement.

About YES!

• YMCA Educational Services (YES!) is a partnership between the New Orleans Public Library and the YMCA of Greater New Orleans.
• YES! works with 750 individuals each year, ages 16 and up, to help them reach their academic, professional, financial, and personal needs.
• YES! programs are held at three Library locations.

Additional YES! Locations & Hours of Operation

Main Library
Community Education & Adult Education: Mondays - Thursdays from 10am - 4pm

East New Orleans Regional Library
Adult Education: Mondays & Wednesdays from 3pm - 6:30pm

Norman Mayer Library
Community Education: Tuesdays & Thursdays from 10am - 1pm

More Information & Enrollment

Call 504-596-3842 or email yes@ymcaneworleans.org.

Other Upcoming Events

Events on 7/16/2018

Mon, July 16th / By Appointment

Main Library

Designed for those who are just beginning to learn about technology or who would like to grow their digital skills and utilize the many digital resources the library offers. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 504-596-2585. (More)

Mon, July 16th / During Library Hours

Main Library

Make a fun simple craft with supplies and examples provided. A new craft every two weeks. This is a passive craft for children, located in the Alan and Cecilia Sands Early Literacy Center. Assistance from a guardian is recommended for younger ages. (More)

Mon, July 16th / During Library Hours

Main Library

This exhibit presents a selection of women who owned real estate or businesses in New Orleans during the 19th and early 20th centuries. Ranging from the well-known, like the Baroness Pontalba, to the obscure, like midwife Susie A. Carter, each contributed in some way to the economy of the Crescent City. The exhibit uses municipal and civil court records, directories, newspapers, and other sources in the Louisiana Division/City Archives to illustrate who these women were and how they represent the spirit of female enterprise in New Orleans. (More)

Mon, July 16th / By Appointment

Robert E. Smith Library

Designed for those who are just beginning to learn about technology or who would like to grow their digital skills and utilize the many digital resources the library offers. Reservations are required and can be made by calling 504-596-2638. (More)