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Newsletter April 15, 2013 PDF Email
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Thank You to Our Curriculum Volunteers

April is National Volunteer month!

 

The Board of Directors, Staff, and I would like to personally thank each of you for your support and significant contributions. Our Director of Curriculum Development, Hank Clemente, has said that your work has been invaluable. 

 

Writing curriculum (teaching material) and organizing it in a way that helps seniors comprehend and feel confident about using a computer is an art form.  

 

You are SeniorNet's Michelangelo's !

    

Again, thank you for helping to make SeniorNet one of the most respected nonprofit organizations in the world.

 

Sincerely,


Leslie M. Smith  
Leslie M. Smith
Chairman
Barbara Hogan
Barbara Hogan

Barbara Hogan is a graduate of Texas U with a MA in Eng. Ed. from the University of Houston. She has taught school, both English and Spanish, for 15 years in Arkansas and Texas, and also ran a small business (custom frame shop) in Houston for several years. She currently volunteers as a member of the educational committee with the Hot Springs SeniorNet Learning Center where she has been a member for the past 15 years. Barbara enjoys instructing, coaching, and helping wherever else she may be needed including volunteering as a member of the SeniorNet Curriculum Development Staff.

 

 

Carol Bruce
Carol Bruce

Carol Bruce volunteers as a member of the Curriculum Development team, developing course materials for SeniorNet. She's a computer trainer by profession, but has also worked as a college teacher, computer programmer, and as an economist. Currently, she's also working on a transition into the e-learning field.

 

Jodie Harper
Jodie Harper

Jodie Harper is a retired Mother, Grandmother, and Great Grandmother who bought her first computer when her youngest son moved from Hot Springs, Arkansas to Yakima, Washington in 1997, and encouraged her to do so in order for them to e-mail rather than long distance telephoning. She began with the Basic class at the local SeniorNet Training Center, continued with classes, and began coaching then advanced to Instructor. She is now in her 12th year as a SeniorNet Volunteer. For the past several years Jodie has been involved with editing student manuals both for the Hot Springs, Arkansas Learning Center and most recently, as a member of the SeniorNet Curriculum Development staff.

 

 

Lynda DeOrio
Lynda DeOrio
Lynda DeOrio is employed full time by the City of Auburn, New York, as the City's Network Administrator. She has a BS in Vocational/Technical Education and has taught adults computer skills for more than 20 years. Lynda is a member of the Curriculum Development team

 

Mike Cullipher
Mike Cullipher
Mike Cullipher is an Information Technology professional with over 30 years of experience in technical management, software engineering, and computer infrastructures. He has worked in both corporate and government environments, leading and building world-class technical development and support teams. In his previous role as a senior technical manager, Mike led the teams responsible for providing software configuration and data base systems to over 40,000 engineers worldwide. Mike currently volunteers with SeniorNet in Curriculum Development assisting in the creation of new learning materials.

 

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