Digital Literacy and Workforce Development

Don't be intimidated by technology

Tuesday, January 25th 2022

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

C. X. Carlson Cultural Room

Every Tuesday, November 30th 2021 - September 30th 2022

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Millersville University is partnering with Quarryville Library to provide computer and digital literacy training to unemployed and underemployed participants. This training is focused on providing the skills to assist participants in job seeking and job performance. We will accomplish this through a combination of in-person instruction and online course content, with an aim toward increasing comfort with and experience in online learning to create significant opportunities for lifelong learning and skill-building. Participants will receive a certificate of completion for each of three courses successfully completed, as well as a noncredit Digital Literacy Skills Certificate from Millersville University for successful completion of the entire program.

To participate, you must be:

1. Unemployed, underemployed, or seeking a new career path

  • A person without a paid job but available to work
  • A person not having enough paid work
  • A person not doing work that makes full use of their skills and abilities
  • A person looking to transition between industries, careers, or positions

2. 18 years or older

3. Able to commit approximately 4 hours per week from now until September 30, 2022

  • Each course requires 24 course hours and must be completed within 6 weeks
  • Coursework will be completed in-person. You may also have the option to complete coursework at home after initial face-to-face instruction
  • Work at your own pace
  • Grant program assistant will provide in-person support during scheduled library course sessions

4. Residing in:

  • Bart Township
  • Colerain Township
  • Drumore Township
  • East Drumore Township
  • Eden Township
  • Fulton Township
  • Little Britain Township
  • Martic Township
  • Providence Township
  • Quarryville Borough

The courses, instruction, computer usage, and certificates are provided for free.

Learn more, or register today, by contacting:

Aubrey Laity, Grant Program Assistant

717-871-5951