Class Details

One-on-One Help: Community Resources and Referrals (Virtual)

“Do you need help finding information on where to locate a food pantry, housing and tenant rights, legal aid, unemployment benefits and job seeker resources, small business support, affordable healthcare and health insurance, or finding mental health support services? Sign for a 30 minutes session to speak with a Library staff member! The program will take place on Google Meet. You will need a device with audio and/or video and an internet connection to join or a phone number to dial in.

Upcoming Dates

Upcoming Classes

Related Links

  • Computer classes online
  • Practice mousing skills
  • Connect Your Community
  • Senior Health Information

Our Partners

  • Forsyth Tech

About Us

The goal of this cooperative library outreach program is to expand and multiply learning opportunities for those in our community who need basic, high-quality computer literacy training, specifically the underserved citizens, so they have an improved, productive quality of life as they adjust to living in an electronic, networked, computer-based society.

Computer and Internet classes are primarily held in public libraries, including WinstonNet labs, Winston-Salem recreation centers and Community Technology Centers. Register today by visiting our monthly calendar of classes.

The Computer Training Bridge is supported with federal Library Services and Technology Act funds through the State Library of North Carolina, and grants through Forsyth Technical Community College.

Contact Information

660 West 5th Street,
Winston-Salem, NC 27101

(336) 703 3079
(336) 703 2665