Ken-Rock Community Center

Free basic computer skills classes returning to Ken-Rock in September

Ken-Rock’s University of Adult Education is offering free basic computer classes again starting in September.

This set of sessions will run through November. Each class is four sessions of two hours each. There will be an optional fifth session for those who want to learn how to create a resume, store it in a cloud-based file storage server and then also how to access it and email it to potential employers.

The goal of Ken-Rock’s computer classes is to lessen the “Digital Divide.” As the world becomes more and more technologically connected, those who lack basic computer skills are getting left behind. Those without these skills are going to find it increasingly difficult to find and keep a good job, search and secure basic services and pay bills in a timely fassion.

Best of all, Ken-Rock’s University of Adult Education classes are FREE OF CHARGE. Call the center now to sign up a class because seating is limited, 815-398-8864.

Fall Class

Fall classes






Class 1

Sept. 6

Sept. 7

Sept. 13

Sept. 14

Sept. 20

Class 2

Set. 27

Sept. 28

Oct. 4

Oct. 5

Oct. 11

Class 3

Oct. 18

Oct. 19

Oct. 25

Oct. 26

Nov. 1

Class 4

Nov. 8

Nov. 9

Nov. 15

Nov. 16

Nov. 22

All classes are held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. in Ken-Rock’s room 108.

Again, the fifth session of each class offering will focus on creating a resume, storing it in the cloud and being able to retrieve it and email it.



John Guth