First Computer Skills Class for Adults


As an adult education center, Salem CyberSpace created innovative curricula to help its students bridge the “Digital Divide” and taught Microsoft Office, Quickbooks, and Adobe Creative Suite. Morning computer training programs provided needed office skills for many low-income and unemployed adults. During the recession years of 2008 -2012, Salem CyberSpace trained over 500 adults. In order to focus on youth, it discontinued the adult literacy program in 2013.