Computer Classes Postponed Until April

To help keep our community healthy during the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak, we have postponed our Monday night computer classes. Classes will resume on April 20.

We will contact each participant with updated information. If you have any questions, please contact us at 919-293-1133.

Computer Classes for Beginners

Monday evenings, 6 – 8 pm (unless noted)
Choose dates below

FREE. Ages 18+

This four-class series helps beginners with little or no computer experience learn basic skills. Free computer offer! Attend all four classes to receive a free refurbished desktop computer system (one per household). Sponsored by MetLife.

  • Computer Basics. Learn how to use Windows, including basic programs; saving, copying, and deleting files; organizing folders, and using USB drives.
  • Office Programs. Learn how to use free LibreOffice programs to create simple documents; use cut, copy, and paste; and get an introduction to creating spreadsheets and presentations.
  • Internet Basics. Learn how to browse websites; find good info using Google searches; filling out forms; keeping accounts secure; and avoiding scams.
  • Social Media Savvy. Learn about social media sites; protecting your privacy; avoiding scams; and enjoying and sharing photos, music, and videos.

Hands-On STEAM Camps

Spark your child’s imagination with our creative technology camps! They can dive into electronics, video game design, coding basics, PC building, digital media creativity, and drones. We offer spring, summer, intersession, and trackout camps in Durham, Raleigh, and Cary. Ages 9-18.

Early Bird discounts and scholarships available!

NEW CAMP SPOTLIGHT

New camps mean new friends and new experiences! We’ve added three brand-new camps this summer: Let’s Code: Coding Basics for grades 3-5 and Creative Electronics and Video Game Basics: Make & Play for grades 6-8.

Let’s Code: Coding Basics

Get started with coding using Scratch, the most popular way for kids to learn about programming! Scratch lets you create games, make animations, and tell stories while you learn basic coding skills. Daily fun projects will keep you busy doing activities and learning new things. For elementary school grades 3-5. July and August sessions.

 
 

TechGirlz Workshop Postponed

The Python programming workshop scheduled for Thursday, March 26, has been postponed until a later date. If you registered, please check your email for updates.

Our digital literacy and technology training program inspires success by teaching critical computer and Internet skills.

Questions? Contact us at classes@kramden.org.

Scholarships: Many Kramden classes are free. Need-based scholarships are available for other camps & classes. Apply for a scholarship here.

Volunteer as an assistant instructor or even lead a class. Email us to find out how you can help.

Kramden’s classes are taught in the Lenovo Learning Lab at our office in Durham. Get directions.