A teen with an elderly woman at a computerTechnology Help with Volunteens

Adults and seniors looking for basic computer instruction on a library computer can drop into participating library branches and ask to make an appointment with a VolunTeen. Appointments are limited to 60 minutes per day and are on a first come, first serve basis.

VolunTeens are student volunteers who are working to earn volunteer hours by sharing their 'tech skills' with others in the community. In addition to basic computer skills help topics may include: using various social media websites, using devices such as cell phones or laptops, and, at selected locations, eReaders.

Technology Help from a VolunTeen is currently available at the following locations: 

VolunTeen hours and help topics vary at each library branch, please call to make an appointment or drop in and inquire at your local library. For branch location and contact information click the branch name above.

For additional technology tips you can also visit the VolunTeen Facebook page where you will find a wide range of information about computers, mobile devices and the internet.

Youth interested in becoming a VolunTeen at the Greater Sudbury Public Library can visit our VolunTeen page.

For more information please contact:
Pierre Dubuc
Children and Teens Programmer
(705) 673-1155 x4752