OSWEGO, NY – The Public Computing Center at Oswego Public Library is pleased to welcome a new technology instructor, Crystal Wilcox.
She joined the PCC team of director Theresa Slosek and instructor Jessica Galvin on Feb. 9.
Wilcox attended Niagara University where she earned her Bachelor of Arts in education and history, and then attended SUNY Oswego, where she earned a Master of Arts degree in curriculum and instruction.
She has been a substitute teacher in Fulton City School District and a home tutor in Oswego City School District.
She will be teaching “Introduction to Computers” and “Internet Basics” in the Public Computing Center as well as offering workshops in advanced computer skills on Saturdays.
Wilcox enjoys teaching and helping others learn new technology.
The Public Computing Center at Oswego Public Library is open daily except Sundays, with computer and job skills classes and someone to help members of the public with anything computer, technology or job search related.
Please call the library at 341-5867 or go to the main desk in the library to sign up for classes and workshops.
Programs are provided free of charge through a Broadband Technology Opportunity grant.