GREEN BAY - Green Bay West High School is opening its doors to help the public get a lesson in technology.
One Saturday a month the school plans to open its computer lab allowing area residents to become more familiar with computers and the internet.
The program is part of a service learning program with the Business Co-op and Future Business Leaders of America groups at the school.
Staff and students will be on hand to assist anyone who needs help with their computer skills or navigating the internet, or to help translate for non-English speaking visitors.
Organizers say opening the lab is a great way to learn more about technology.
"I thought this would be a good opportunity to learn more about technology that's available, and see the importance of it, and hopefully that will encourage them to think, 'Hey, this is something we should have at home.' And then think about getting a computer for the home," said Carol VanHimbergen with Green Bay West High School.
Next month's opening is October 15th from 8 am until 4pm. Green Bay West High School is located at 966 Shawano Avenue on the city's west side.
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