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PRCC Offers Free Computer Classes

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The Lowery Woodall Advance Technology Center will host the classes during the Spring semester.

"All jobs require some kind of computer skills, so we feel like offering those classes will help people find employment and get better employment," ATC Director Lee Bell said.

The classes will cover a wide range of levels from basic computer navigation to building a resume, and they classes will even benefit students when they land a job.

"They will also be able to work on spreadsheets and to put together presentations with power point," Bell said.

She said computer skills are vital in today's job market.

"Right now so many people are looking for jobs," Bell said.  "You need to be able to put together a resume. Even jobs that don't require them to work on a computer at the jobs, these companies are having their benefits where you need to be able to log on to the computer to access your benefits."

The classes are for those 18 or older who are entering the workforce or already employed.

They'll meet Monday nights 6-9 p.m. and cover Microsoft Word in January, Excel in February and Power Point in March.

To register call 601-554-4646.  The office will be closed for Christmas December 18 until January 2. 

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