Welcome to Senior Lift Technology!
Classes starting on Wednesday, May 8, 2023.
Register for classes right here! –> Registration Application
Still have some questions? Email us here! –> firstname.lastname@example.org
Senior Lift is the deliverer of a digital training platforms designed to empower, train, and enable older adults and people who are underemployed and unemployed to become skillful with performing technology tasks. Senior Lift has re-engineered and re-designed our technology platform.
Our training reflects our passion and our goal is to extend technology training to the Underemployed and Unemployed. Senior Lift believes our expansion meets an essential need today, to prepare people that lack skills to gain meaningful employment and be able to function in our digital and changing workplace. The Digital Divide is broadening as we face the global crisis of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our expansion continues to focus on equipping older adults in learning these technology skills to assist them with sustaining independence and functioning well in our digital society. Senior Lift’s primary focus has centered around training and equipping older adults to abandon their fears and dislikes for learning technologies in exchange for the opportunity to gain new technology skills that will empower them to become skillful with using technologies.
Over the last 11 years, Senior Lift has experienced the support of many organizations, corporations and participants. It has been a privilege to have done work with a plethora of hardworking and talented folks.
We acknowledge and thank the following for their willingness to partner or invest in Senior Lift. Together, we are helping the gap in the digital divide lessen by aiding others in building important skill sets.
Episcopal Place Retirement Community
Neumann University/Dr. Rosalee Mirenda, Former President
Chester Education Foundation
Media Friends School, Edward Jones Financial
Pastor Keith Echols WOFCC
Ladesha Jennings, Kay Field, Mark Echols, and Tiffany Wilson
Alex and Valerie Hall, Instructors
Lauren Clark, Web Assistant
In Memory of: Denise Royster, and Arif Zahir