Master Smartphones, Alexa and More with SeniorTechNYC at the JCC

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Are you 50 or older and find technology to be moving at a daunting rate? Do you want to brush up on your computer skills? Get into social media? Is your smartphone driving you crazy with all those confusing apps? Trying to figure out what to do with all the photos of your grandchildren that your kids keep sending? Has Amazon’s Alexa gone rogue on you?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, SeniorTechNYC at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan is for you.

One of the JCC’s original programs, SeniorTechNYC offers computer and mobile device classes for adults taught by knowledgeable volunteers. Classes are one to three sessions long and held in the JCC’s state-of-the-art Andy Kates Multi-Media Lab.

Winter 2019 Offerings Include:
Beyond the Basics on Your iPhone
Computer Lingo
Coupons/Discounts—Finding the Cheapest Prices Online
Everything Google
Instagram
Internet Dating
iPhone—The Basics
Meet Alexa, A Virtual Assistant
One-to-One with a Teen
Personalized ID and Business Cards
Smartwatches—Apple, Fitbit, and Competitors
Streaming—What It Is and How to Do It
VoiceOver for iPad and iPhone
WhatsApp
Word for Writers

To find class descriptions, or if you have any questions, click here or call our hotline at 646.505.4390. We’ll get back to you with the answers you need.

Have computer expertise and wish to volunteer? Share your technical knowledge with others. Teach a class or be a coach/teaching assistant. Never taught? We’ll work with you. Email us at seniortechnyc@jccmanhattan.org or call us at 646.505.4390.

JCC members receive a discount on class fees. All registration is on a first come, first served basis. Not a member yet? Click here for more info or stop by our membership office at 334 Amsterdam Avenue @ 76th Street. Our 60+ Liaisons, located immediately inside the membership office, can help you tailor your JCC experience to meet your personal goals and interests.

We can’t wait to welcome you. Before long, you’ll be the envy of your peer group—and maybe even your kids.

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