Our Mission

Do you have questions about using your PC or laptop? Apple devices? Smartphones? Applications? Get FREE one-on-one assistance on a variety of technology challenges. Just Click here to request help from one of our volunteers. A Raleigh Senior TechEd volunteer will contact you by phone or email as soon as possible to address your technology question or problem. And it's all FREE!

Need personal genealogy help? We offer 1-1 coaching sessions arranged at mutually convenient times with our genealogy instuctor. Sign up on our schedule page.

Have questions and need some in-person help? Just drop in (no advance registration required) and get one-on-one assistance with laptops, tablets, smart phones. Volunteers are available to help with a variety of questions such as: how to use Windows 10, photos management, computer apps, genealogy brick walls, help with some hand-held devices, assistance with problems such as malware, virus protection, or for class students to practice or get help on assignments, etc. These in-person "drop in" Open Help Workshops are $5, Mondays 1-3pm at different locations.

      April 4:              St. James United Methodist Church
      April 11:             A.E. Finley YMCA
      April 18:             Wade Edwards Learning Lab
      April 25:            St. James United Methodist Church
      May 2:                Wade Edwards Learning Lab
      May 9:                St. James United Methodist Church
      May 16:              A.E. Finley YMCA
      May 23:              Wade Edwards Learning Lab
      June 6:                St. James United Methodist Church  (1:30-3:30pm)
      June 13:              A.E. Finley YMCA
      June 20:             Wade Edwards Learning Lab
      June 27:             St. James United Methodist Church  (1:30-3:30pm)

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Raleigh Senior TechEd is an all-volunteer organization dedicated to educating adults on computer technology, including tablets and smartphones. We aim to build confidence in new users and to enhance the skills of more experienced users. We offer small group classes on a variety of subjects, ranging from the very basics to more advanced topics. We will teach you to use your devices for games, email, music, and to do research into topics that interest you.

Each in-person class has a maximum capacity of 12 students. Note-taking is highly encouraged. See our Schedule page for more details.

Raleigh Senior TechEd provides volunteer opportunities within the organization, where volunteers help others learn new technologies. Raleigh Senior TechEd is a 501(c)3 organization. Donations are tax-deductible. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, gender expression, national or ethnic origin in any of our activities.

We hope you will join us ready to learn something new! We offer a new interesting online class: Sudoku: Learn to Solve the Puzzle. We look forward to seeing you for some fun computer training!

 Classes for the Spring semester are open for registration. Check out our new schedule of in-person and online classes!

Course descriptions are available for current and future classes.

We will be offering in-person Open Help Mondays 1-3pm at the Wade Edwards Learning Lab, the A.E. Finley YMCA and St. James United Methodist Church. We will also continue to offer classes with the video application Zoom!

Have fun while helping others learn today’s technology.  Join us and be part of our team!

Another Senior Help Group with Online Classes!
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