Ahead of the launch of a technology center in Crown Heights, a special training event this Tuesday will train computer-savvy men and women in making devices safe and enable them to give to the community.
Young people everywhere offer time to give back to the community, in the form of Hatzalah, Shomrim, or other community organizations. A new initiative in Crown Heights offers those who are computer savvy an opportunity to give to the community.
Crown Heights is about to get its own technology safety office. Safe Tech CH will service Crown Heights families to answer the growing need in safe technology in our community. Computer savvy men and women can join the team, where they will help the community and be paid for their time.
This Tuesday, Rosh Chodesh Adar – February 21, a 4-hour training course will take place at JCM theater for technology technicians. Doors open at 5:45 PM and the program begins at 6:00 PM. A hot supper buffet will be served.
Master instructor Rabbi Eliyahu Meirfield, head of TAG in Waterbury CT and director of opening new centers at TAG headquarters, will train the new technicians.
After the entry course, technicians will practice at the new office to achieve the highest level of professionalism. Technicians will then join the team at the new office by installing filters on various devices according to their hours of operation. Members will be given an hourly stipend as well as other types of appreciation.
The course is free of charge and is for men and women (separate seating).
To register please send an email to [email protected]