OrganisationBlacktown City Libraries, NSW
Project description and objectives
CyberYouth is a volunteer program targeted but
not limited to newly arrived migrants and
refugees. It offers one on one computer tutoring
over 10 weeks, the outcome being a resume.
CyberYouth teaches basic computer skills and
focuses on to job searching strategies.
Staffing and volunteers
After CyberYouth was piloted at Stanhope Gardens
Branch Library evaluations by both students and
tutors were extremely high.
CyberYouth will be offered at several Library
branches in 2012.
CyberYouth aligns with the Library’s vision to be ‘a
connected place’ and also with Council’s Trigger
Project, Bridging the Digital Divide in Blacktown.