LIVONIA — Believe it or not, there are plenty of adults out there who still don’t know their way around a computer.
Well, Davenport University and the Wayne and Livonia Michigan Works Service Centers have been piloting a free adult computer skills boot camp at its Livonia campus throughout February.
The students attended their final session Saturday.
“Davenport University is proud to offer this training and help prepare adults who have had limited access to computer technology to learn new skills that will help them get where the world is going,” said James Loughran, executive director for Davenport University’s Livonia Campus. “The Computer Boot Camp program has been a huge success and Davenport looks forward to offering more programming like this to the community in the future.”