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Computer Tutorials at the Brooklyn Public Library


Computer Tutorials at the Brooklyn Public Library

Connect adults and seniors with basic computer skills. Work to develop their computer knowledge through the introduction of Microsoft Office Suite and internet browsing.

This project is part of National Volunteer Week, a volunteer recognition movement created by Points of Light and supported by New York Cares. As a volunteer on April 15-22, you continue to affirm that volunteers have the power to unlock the potential in New York City. Thank you for being part of what makes this city great and working hard with us to make sure it stays that way. See what else we have planned for National Volunteer Week at


Located at the intersection of Flatbush Avenue and Eastern Parkway on Grand Army Plaza and opened in 1941, Brooklyn's Central Library contains over one million cataloged books, magazines, and multimedia materials and serves as the major reference center for BPL's 60-location system. Each year, approximately one million people walk through Central Library's majestic 50-foot high entryway, and countless others access its unique services online.