The Harlem Internet Computer Access Program (HICAP) is a volunteer program to train Seniors in online skills, now in its 3rd year, funded by an Internet Society Community Grant. The Internet Society has also commissioned the inspirational video you can view below.
Harlem Internet Computer Access Program – Registration & Orientation 3/18
Walker, wheelchair, cane, gurney or by foot.. All are welcome to the Harlem Internet Computer Access Program!
Explore this opportunity to be immersed in information about the latest technological advancements in computers and the Internet in a hands-on, stress-free environment &
*Access the Internet
*Establish an e-mail address
*Source resources via the Internet
*View current health and longevity data
*Correspond with loved ones and much more!
**** Registration & Orientation ****
Thursday, March 18th, 2010 from 1 pm – 3 pm
The Chauncey Hooper Towers
10 West 138th Street
Harlem, USA 10037
Harlem Meeting 1/13/10
As you may be aware from our recent newsletter, the Internet Society has granted funds to The Harlem Computer/Internet Access Programme.
We are going to have an informal visit with the project leads next Wednesday, and would like to take this opportunity to invite anyone interested to come along.
What: Introduction to The Harlem Computer/Internet Access Programme
When: Weds 13 Jan 2010 – 6pm
Where: 10 W 138 St (off 5th Ave) (map)