Get your technology questions answered at T4T’s TechTalk at the middle school on Dorset Street. 


Free Technology Seminar: Digital Citizenship – Scam Protection - Telehealth

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Thursday September 13, 2018

Technology for Tomorrow (T4T) invites the community to attend their free Fall TechTalk on Saturday, Sept. 22, 9 to 11:30 a.m., at the Frederick H. Tuttle Middle School (FHTMS) cafeteria, 500 Dorset Street. AARP of Vermont and The University of Vermont (UVM) Health Network are partnering with T4T to bring relevant and current technology information to the greater South Burlington community.

T4T will open the event by presenting information about what it means to be a digital citizen, and how that connects with various aspects of life. AARP will then present information on common scams and how people can protect themselves. Finally, The UVM Health Network will provide the latest information on their Telehealth service and how it applies to individuals.

Each presentation will be followed by a question and answer session. Breaks will be taken between presentations, providing opportunities to talk directly to presenters.

The Fall TechTalk is free and open to the public. Register at FHTMS the morning of the event, or pre-register online at www.eventbrite.com/e/t4ts-2018-fall-techtalk-tickets-45687958915.

T4T is a nonprofit organization empowering people in need by providing affordable technology education and counseling through various national, state, and local collaboration projects and partnerships in order to help those individuals reach their professional and personal goals. Currently, the organization is working with the United States Committee on Refugees and Immigrants and professors at both St. Michael’s College and Middlebury College on technology programs for immigrants and refugees. For more information, visit tech4tomorrow.org.