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Here you will find upcoming webinars to register for as well as recordings of completed webinars. Feel free to watch and learn!

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Know Your Chromebook

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​About the webinar: In this webinar you will learn all the basics of using your Chromebook, plus some extra helpful information. We will cover the settings, accessibility options, downloading apps, saving to the google drive vs the computer hard drive, the Google Assistant, and other things such as the Chrome browser, bookmarks, etc.

About the facilitator: Wim Wauters has been with Google for 8 years and currently works as a Chromebook Training Manager in the Google UK office. He's responsible for developing Chromebook training programs for retailer staff across the globe. He's looking forward to meeting everyone and talking about his favorite product!

Introduction to GMail

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​About the webinar: This webinar will cover how to use Gmail's basic features and functionality for efficient communication and productivity. Topics will include an overview of the user interface (basic sections and functions), must-have security, basic settings, drafting and sending emails, message actions and management, and best practices. Every step will be exemplified in real-time.
 

About the facilitator: Leonardo Espinosa is an artist/educator/social entrepreneur experienced in teaching in diverse contexts. He directed the Adult Education program at Boston HERC for several years. These days, besides teaching English and music, he helps building and strengthening organizations in the fields of community/educational development, TESOL, technology, social justice, and the arts—in the US and abroad. He is a violinist with the New England Philharmonic, Harvard Early Music Society, and many other gigs in and out of town. You can see his photography at www.leonardoespinosa.com

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Google Drive

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​About the webinar: This webinar will describe what Google Drive is and why you should use it. We’ll review how to perform common activities in Google Drive, such as creating, uploading or sharing files and folders. We’ll also review how Google Drive integrates with other applications such as Gmail and Google Docs. At the end of this webinar you should understand how you can use Google Drive as your primary place for storing and retrieving files.

About the facilitator: Dave Pinkney has several degrees in Computer Science and has been working with computers for more than 30 years. Dave is currently an Engineering Manager at Google and an active member of Toastmasters.

Introduction to Google Sheets

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​About the webinar: Join us for a fun session on the basics of Google Sheets! This workshop will cover how to create a spreadsheet, formatting, sorting, and basic calculations. No prior knowledge of Google Sheets is necessary for this webinar. 

About the facilitator: Qingjian Shi is the Chief Program Officer at TGH. Previous to TGH, Q.J. was Executive Director at English At Large, an organization providing free and accessible English language instruction to immigrants and refugees in Middlesex County. As the Director of Education and Outreach at the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence, Qingjian conceptualized and implemented a youth initiative called the Youth Empowerment Project – a program engaging Asian American adolescents to become leaders in their communities and voices of anti-violence. Ms. Shi has a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She is bilingual in Chinese and English.

 

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Using Google Suite to Teach Online Classes

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About the webinar: This webinar will show that teaching online is not about simply showing up on camera, but still carefully planning lessons and using online applications and platforms that work for you and your students. It is easy to feel overwhelmed, but there are some easy tips and tricks that can make it a little more enjoyable for everyone. Specifically, we will focus on how we can use G Suite applications to enhance lessons and facilitate online learning.

About the facilitator: Leah Gregory is a first generation American who has lived almost as much time abroad as in the United States. She has been teaching in the Adult Education field since graduating from Arizona State University in 2008. She has taught in 5 countries and has lived in Boston for 6 years (the longest time in one place!). She works as a Program Coordinator for an Adult Education program in East Boston and still continues to teach.

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About the Webinar: In this webinar, we will show you how to create a resume using Google Docs. The goal is to help you gain confidence in using Google Docs and its features. The following topics will be covered:
- What is Google Drive and how to use it.
- How to access and create a Google Doc
- Templates and formatting for Resumes
- Options on how to share and submit a resume

About the facilitator: Marta Mazur Rusak is an instruction librarian at the Boston Public Library, where she teaches technology skills classes - when she isn't reading a book in the courtyard, that is. Before coming to Boston, she worked in corporate law and financial regulation in Dublin, Frankfurt, and Montreal. Marta speaks four languages and has a B.A. ('11) and MLIS ('13) from McGill University. 

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About the Webinar: Create a resume that stands out! This webinar will cover:
- Types of resumes and which one to use depending on your background
- How to create resumes employers will want to read and respond to
- Common resume pitfalls to avoid

About the facilitator: Gabe Vorleto is a Ghanaian-American who relocated to the United States in 2011 and is now a citizen of the U.S. He studied political science and history at the Southeastern Louisiana University; he also has an associate degree in Teaching in Basic Education from World Education Service. Gabriel placed a Harvard Law school admission on hold to pursue AmeriCorps VISTA service for a year. As a result, he fell in love with the community-focused work that contributed to the greater good of humanity and has decided to pursue this passion as Tech Goes Home's Assistant Program Manager.

Using Templates in Google Docs to Create and Share Your Resume

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​About the webinar: In this webinar we will show you how to create a resume using Google Docs. The goal is to help you gain confidence in using Google Docs and its features. The following topics will be covered: 

- What is Google Drive and how to use it. 

- How to access and create a Google Doc 

- Templates and formatting for Resumes 

- Options on how to share and submit a resume

About the facilitator: Taylor M. LaSane is an Internal and Executive Communications Manager at Google’s Cambridge office where she works to help leaders craft strategic and effective written and verbal communications. She has been with Google for almost 4 years and has held several roles including her over two years supporting small businesses with online marketing and strategy using Google tools. Taylor has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Howard University and is a Michigan native.

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Using the Boston Public Library's Online Resources

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​About the webinar: Using BPL's Resources. The library has lots of resources online that you can access with your Boston Public Library Card or E-Card. All MA residents can get a BPL e-card and enjoy the same online resources. Join us to learn more about the free subscriptions, tutorials, and other resources available. We'll review how to navigate the BPL website to find books, e-books, audiobooks,  streaming media, and more, get access to hundreds of free databases, find free events in-person and online, accessing museum passes, and much more.

About the facilitator: Jessica Elias has a Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts from the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, and a Masters Degree in Library Science from Simmons College. She serves as the Community Learning Supervisor for the Boston Public Library and oversees a department that focuses on outreach and engagement for underserved and underrepresented populations in Boston, including ESL Learners, Immigrants, Senior Citizens, Adults with Minimal to Zero Digital Literacy Skills, Underemployed/Unemployed adults, Adults in need of health and human services, and adults who are looking to earn their GED/High School Diploma.  Jessica is a huge fan of Tech Goes Home and has facilitated the program in branches of the BPL since 2015. Jessica currently resides in Jamaica Plain and enjoys plants, birds, natural history, cartoons, and the company of her newly-adopted dwarf Siamese cat, Hoagie.

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Instructor Professional Development: Building a Curriculum Based on Your Learners Needs

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About the webinar: In this webinar, we will look at how to put together a course curriculum based on your organization/school's mission and the needs of your learners. We will discuss how to determine what to teach first, look at sample course curricula, and practice putting together a course for your learners. 

About the facilitator: Mei (she/her/hers) joined TGH as a Curriculum Coordinator in June 2021 and is also a full-time Technology Manager at BEST Hospitality Training, where she teaches TGH courses. Little did Mei know that helping her family members with computer and English questions as a child would point her to her current service. Having taught over 8 TGH courses, Mei enjoys the challenge of designing approachable technology materials, tackling questions she hasn’t anticipated, and witnessing the little victories of her learner. She has a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

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About the webinar: Design a lesson for distance learning introducing Zoom to the learners using the TGH lesson plan template. We will explore activities for instructors to engage with learners, and share tips and ideas on class facilitation. 

About the facilitator: Mei (she/her/hers) joined TGH as a Curriculum Coordinator in June 2021 and is also a full-time Technology Manager at BEST Hospitality Training, where she teaches TGH courses. Little did Mei know that helping her family members with computer and English questions as a child would point her to her current service. Having taught over 8 TGH courses, Mei enjoys the challenge of designing approachable technology materials, tackling questions she hasn’t anticipated, and witnessing the little victories of her learner. She has a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

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Introduction to Credit Building and Financial Coaching 

About this webinar: Managing personal finances can be difficult. That’s why the City of Boston’s Roxbury Center for Financial Empowerment offers FREE services to help you meet your financial goals, whatever they are. Need help building your credit score? Saving money for emergencies? Paying down debt? Buying a home? Getting a better job? Free tax preparation? Managing on a budget? The RCFE can help!

This webinar will talk about building your credit score, which can stretch your earnings, and will also introduce you to the free financial coaching, tax preparation, and other opportunities now available remotely. Our expert staff can work with you in one-on-one coaching sessions or in topic-based workshops.

About the facilitator: Constance Martin is the Deputy Director of the City of Boston’s Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE). She is a graduate of Harvard/Radcliffe College and attended the Boston Public Schools. Before she joined the OFE, she practiced law in Boston. The OFE was created by Mayor Martin J. Walsh to help Bostonians take control of their finances and get ahead, as he knows no one can do this alone. For more information, please visit: https://ofe.boston.gov

 

 

 

 

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Your Money Values by CHASE Bank

About this webinar: This presentation focuses on internal values and goals, external influences, and their relationships to financial decisions.

 

About the facilitator: Sabrina Antoine Correia is Vice President, Community Manager at Chase Bank servicing Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan communities. In this role, she supports the financial wellness goals of both consumers and small businesses while building relationships, providing high impact programming and helping to increase financial success.

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Your Savings by CHASE Bank

About this webinar: This presentation focuses on saving money for expenses, goals, and emergencies.

 

About the facilitator: Sabrina Antoine Correia is Vice President, Community Manager at Chase Bank servicing Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan communities. In this role, she supports the financial wellness goals of both consumers and small businesses while building relationships, providing high impact programming and helping to increase financial success.

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Using Credit Cards by CHASE Bank

About this webinar: This presentation focuses on how credit cards work and how to manage them.

 

About the facilitator: Sabrina Antoine Correia is Vice President, Community Manager at Chase Bank servicing Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan communities. In this role, she supports the financial wellness goals of both consumers and small businesses while building relationships, providing high impact programming and helping to increase financial success.

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Introduction to Chromebook Accessibility

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​About the webinar: The Chromebook has built-in accessibility features that enable individuals with different types of disabilities to make full use of their computers. In this webinar, you will learn how to locate and explore some of these features. The following items will be demonstrated and discussed:

  • High contrast mode, magnifier, keyboard and mouse settings, and adjusting the Chrome browser zoom level

  • Enabling and disabling “sticky keys” 

  • Enabling and using “select-to-speak”

  • An overview of the ChromeVox screen reader

About the facilitator: Heather Thomas is an Accessibility Services Associate at the Carroll Center for the Blind. Prior to joining the Accessibility Services team in 2019, she was an Assistive Technology Instructor at The Carroll Center for over 17 years. She is proficient in the use of screen reading and screen magnification software for Windows, Mac, and Chromebook computers, as well as iOS devices. In her current role, she supports various digital accessibility projects. She has a special interest in document accessibility and training individuals to use screen reading software.  
 

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar:
Introduction to Disability & Inclusion

About the webinar: In the words of Robert Hensel, "There is no greater disability in society than the inability to see a person as more." This training provides an overall introduction to disability and inclusion, covering such topics as different ways of defining disability, what is ableism, inclusive language and etiquette, and how to be
an ally. Learn disability inclusion best practices so you can become more understanding, accommodating, and comfortable in any situation working with or alongside people with disabilities.

About the facilitator:

Piper Slowinski has been working at PYD since early 2012. She has a B.A. from Gettysburg College in a self-created major focusing on child development and disability, and a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. Piper had a form of cancer while growing up, and that experience having a temporary disability instilled in them the desire to be an advocate and ally to the disability community. She has worked with people with disabilities for the past 13+ years. When she’s not at work, Piper enjoys hiking and camping, video games, D&D, and geeking out over all things sci-fi/fantasy.

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar:
Creating Accessible & Inclusive Spaces

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About the webinar: How do you design programs and events that are inclusive to people of all abilities? This workshop will provide an overview of Inclusive and Universal Designs, and include both practical tips and hands-on opportunities for learning. Participants will leave the session with an understanding of inclusive design
principles, including how to modify or adapt existing programs and how to proactively design events using inclusive strategies.

About the facilitator:

Piper Slowinski has been working at PYD since early 2012. She has a B.A. from Gettysburg College in a self-created major focusing on child development and disability, and a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. Piper had a form of cancer while growing up, and that experience having a temporary disability instilled in them the desire to be an advocate and ally to the disability community. She has worked with people with disabilities for the past 13+ years. When she’s not at work, Piper enjoys hiking and camping, video games, D&D, and geeking out over all things sci-fi/fantasy.

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Applying for a Job on Indeed

​About the webinar: Indeed is the most used job search site in America. Learn how to take advantage of this free resource, upload a profile and resume, and ensure that your application is competitive. We will also cover how to use the indeed search engine to tailor your results and take indeed assessments.

About the facilitator: Victoria Patlajan is the Director of Education at Project Place. She leads a team of instructors and interns with the mission of teaching computer and workforce development skills to individuals experiencing homelessness in the Boston community. Victoria worked for three years as a special education teacher for K-12 students, where she learned how to use remote learning for home-based students and in the classroom. Victoria has her B.A. in English Literature from Clark University and her M.S. in Education Studies from Johns Hopkins University.

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Using Google Classroom for Families

​About the webinar: While students may not be in the actual classroom, many students are learning within their virtual Google Classroom! This webinar’s goal is to increase families’ confidence with Google Classroom to ease teacher communication, track student’s work, and help enhance work quality. We will explore grades, comments, and announcements in Google Classroom. We will also explore a resource that has 100+ lessons (basic to advanced) around docs, slides, and forms, which are used within Google Classroom.

About the facilitator: Kierstin Giunco has taught primary, upper elementary, and middle school-aged children. She has taught four Tech Goes Home classes to her school community. In her current classroom, she utilizes google suite and various educational sites to engage students and deepen their understanding. She is excited to teach participants about her knowledge acquired from using technology in the classroom while also learning from them!

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar: Learning with Molly Of Denali for Ages 4-8

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​About the webinar:  Molly of Denali is an animated PBS KIDS series that follows the adventures of feisty and resourceful Molly Mabray, a 10-year-old Alaska Native girl.  Molly of Denali is a multimedia project designed to help kids ages 4-8 develop informational text knowledge and skills, while also highlighting traditional Alaska Native values. It includes animated stories, live-action videos, digital games, and hands-on activities that support children in using informational texts to solve real-world problems, accomplish tasks, meet their needs and wants, satisfy their curiosity, and teach others.  This webinar will prepare TGH instructors to integrate Molly of Denali video content and digital games into their curriculum to complement learning both digitally and through hands-on activities in a variety of media! The free Molly of Denali Learning App works on iPads, Android tablets, and smartphones. You can also experience the Molly app through your computer's web browser at www.pbskids.org/molly/games/qyah

 

In preparation for the webinar, we would like you to watch one episode of the TV show.
Please watch Grandpa's Drum on this PBS page.

About the facilitators: Gay Mohrbacher and Melissa Carlson from GBH, Nessie Ruiz from TGH. 
Gay Mohrbacher coordinates educational outreach to childhood audiences for Boston’s PBS station, GBH. GBH is recognized as a national leader in producing media-based resources to support learning and teaching.
Melissa Carlson is a Senior Digital Producer at GBH, where she leads the production of educational mobile games, apps, and websites for a variety of children’s series. She has spent over ten years designing play experiences to help teach literacy, science & inquiry, arts, and engineering. 
Nessie has been passionately involved with youth-centered organizations since the age of sixteen. She spent seven years teaching photography at several colleges before moving fully into the not-for-profit sector. She is the Program Manager at Tech Goes Home where she is working to enhance the curriculum and resources for TGH courses.

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar:

Google Classrooms for Instructors

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About the webinar: While the idea of creating your own remote classroom can be overwhelming, creating a Google Classroom is much easier than you can believe! Learn how to build and upload curriculum, make a user-friendly interface, give feedback to student contributions, and even have Google grade tests for you.
 

About the facilitator: Victoria Patlajan is the Director of Education at Project Place. She leads a team of instructors and interns with the mission of teaching computer and workforce development skills to individuals experiencing homelessness in the Boston community. Victoria worked for three years as a special education teacher for K-12 students, where she learned how to use remote learning for home-based students and in the classroom. Victoria has her B.A. in English Literature from Clark University and her M.S. in Education Studies from Johns Hopkins University.

Creating a Budget in Google Sheets

​About the webinar: If you have financial goals, creating a budget is the best way to start making progress towards them.  This webinar will help you think through categories of income and expenses and teach you to use Google Sheets to keep track of your savings and spending.  We'll cover the basic and intermediate functions of Google Sheets to see how your habits can help you achieve your goals over time.

After this webinar, you should be able to create a budget for you and your family, see how choices you make now will affect your finances in the future, and be able to tell how much money you are spending on different categories like housing, food, transportation, education, and entertainment.

About the facilitator: David Hoffman is the HR Lead for Google Cloud Professional Services.  He has worked at Google for 9 years, managing teams in People Analytics and Compensation before moving into an HR leadership role.  Prior to joining Google, he worked for 11 years at Capital One in Finance and HR management roles.  He holds an MBA from the University of Chicago and a BA in economics from Washington University in St. Louis.  He lives in California with his wife and twin 8-year old daughters.

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Learning Sites for at-home Use

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​About the webinar: Although teachers are going above and beyond to keep students learning, the typical school day is filled with enrichment and support that is difficult to replicate. This webinar’s goal is to expose families to free educational sites for elementary, middle, and high-school students that aim to enrich and support learning. We will explore sites that offer standardized assessment practice in math and literacy with differentiated lessons, as well as youtube channels with instruction. We will also explore a resource that helps gauge appropriate online usage, as well as a site that has 100+ lessons (basic to advanced) around docs, slides, and forms, which are used within Google Classroom. 

About the facilitator: Kierstin has taught primary, upper elementary, and middle school-aged children. She has taught four Tech Goes Home classes to her school community. In her current classroom, she utilizes google suite and various educational sites to engage students and deepen their understanding. She is excited to teach participants about her knowledge acquired from using technology in the classroom while also learning from them!

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar: Google Forms

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​About the webinar: Learn the basics of creating a Google Form. We'll go over different types of questions, collecting basic information on Google form, and how to analyse responses. No prior knowledge of Google Form is necessary for this webinar.

About the facilitator: Qingjian Shi is the Chief Program Officer at TGH. Previous to TGH, Q.J. was Executive Director at English At Large, an organization providing free and accessible English language instruction to immigrants and refugees in Middlesex County. As the Director of Education and Outreach at the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence, Qingjian conceptualized and implemented a youth initiative called the Youth Empowerment Project – a program engaging Asian American adolescents to become leaders in their communities and voices of anti-violence. Ms. Shi has a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She is bilingual in Chinese and English. 

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Cómo crear un currículum laboral (en Español)

Sobre el seminario web: Este seminario de web es un taller para aprender cómo crear un resume efectivo. El taller cubrirá los diferentes tipos de resumes y cuál usar según su experiencia laboral. También discutirá los errores comunes que deben evitarse al escribir un resume además de recursos locales para su búsqueda de empleo.


Sobre la facilitadora:
Luisa Baez. Nacida y criada en San Juan, Puerto Rico, Luisa se graduó recientemente de la universidad con un Bachillerato en Economía y Gobierno. Como estudiante, Luisa fue co-maestra del Programa CIVICS del Instituto de Política, liderando clases semanales de educación cívica a estudiantes de escuelas públicas

de Boston. ¡Ella está muy emocionada de trabajar con TGH este verano durante su pasantía!

 

 

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Google Drive webinar in ARABIC! 

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​About the webinar: سيغطي هذا البرنامج التعليمي على الويب Google Drive ويجيب عن ثلاثة أسئلة مهمة:! ما هو محرك جوجل؟ لماذا نستخدمها؟ وكيف نستخدمها؟ سنرشدك عبر بعض المهام البسيطة الشائعة ونعلمك أيضًا بعض المهام الأكثر تقدمًا لتحقيق أقصى استفادة من مساحة تخزين Google Drive. سنوضح لك أيضًا كيفية دمج استخدام Google Drive في جهاز

Chromebook!

About the facilitator: Elkhadir Didane

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Solicitud de empleo en línea (en Español)

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Sobre el seminario web: Solicitud de empleo en línea (en Español)


Sobre la facilitadora:
Luisa Baez. Nacida y criada en San Juan, Puerto Rico, Luisa se graduó recientemente de la universidad con un Bachillerato en Economía y Gobierno. Como estudiante, Luisa fue co-maestra del Programa CIVICS del Instituto de Política, liderando clases semanales de educación cívica a estudiantes de escuelas públicas de Boston. ¡Ella está muy emocionada de trabajar con TGH este verano durante su pasantía!

 

 

Google Calendar

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About the webinar: Learn how to use Google Calendar! In this webinar, we will cover all the basics like, how to get to the calendar from your browser, how to create an event, how to invite guests. We will also cover some more features like, color coding and sharing your calendar with family and friends.
 

About the facilitator: Taylor M. LaSane is an Internal and Executive Communications Manager at Google’s Cambridge office where she works to help leaders craft strategic and effective written and verbal communications. She has been with Google for almost 4 years and has held several roles including her over two years supporting small businesses with online marketing and strategy using Google tools. Taylor has a bachelor’s degree in marketing from Howard University and is a Michigan native.

Registro de Seminario Web: Creando un Presupuesto en Google Sheets

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Sobre el webinar: Si tiene metas financieras, crear un presupuesto es la mejor manera de comenzar a avanzar hacia ellas. Este seminario web lo ayudará a pensar en categorías de ingresos y gastos y le enseñará a usar Google Sheets para realizar un seguimiento de sus ahorros y gastos. Cubriremos las funciones básicas e intermedias de Google Sheets para ver cómo sus hábitos pueden ayudarlo a lograr sus objetivos a lo largo del tiempo. Después de este seminario web, debería poder crear un presupuesto para usted y su familia, ver cómo las decisiones que tome ahora afectarán sus finanzas en el futuro y poder saber cuánto dinero está gastando en diferentes categorías como vivienda, comida, transporte , educación y entretenimiento.

Sobre el facilitador: Roberto Ruju lleva 10 años en Google, donde desempeña actualmente el cargo de Director de Partners de Marketing Globales. Está licenciado en ingeniería y trabajó como consultor antes de incorporarse a Google. Vive en Londres con su familia.  

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar: Google Slides

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​About the webinar: Learn more about Google Slides, from basic to advanced features. We will discuss concepts like slide transitions, speaker notes, presentation tips, and more. Please bring your questions!
 

About the facilitator: Will Lin is a software engineer based in Cambridge, working on the Google App for Android. He has 13 years of engineering experience in microprocessors and Android apps. When he's not working, he enjoys puzzles and going to parks with his family.

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Learning and Teaching on Zoom

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​About the webinar: Join Q.J. in a workshop reviewing how to best engage in a Zoom meeting. We'll cover topics such as Zoom features, Zoom "etiquette", and best practices for participating and hosting a Zoom meeting.

About the facilitator: Qingjian Shi is the Chief Program Officer at TGH. Previous to TGH, Q.J. was Executive Director at English At Large, an organization providing free and accessible English language instruction to immigrants and refugees in Middlesex County. As the Director of Education and Outreach at the Asian Task Force Against Domestic Violence, Qingjian conceptualized and implemented a youth initiative called the Youth Empowerment Project – a program engaging Asian American adolescents to become leaders in their communities and voices of anti-violence. Ms. Shi has a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. She is bilingual in Chinese and English.

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar:
Best Practices for Accessible Online Facilitation

About the webinar: Online meetings and programs are here to stay, but with these new platforms comes accessibility challenges for people with disabilities. It’s important for us to make sure we’re doing all we can to make sure that our online meetings and events create an accessible, welcoming environment for all participants. In this session, we'll cover both technical aspects to consider to ensure access, and facilitation practices to support everyone’s participation.

About the facilitator:

Piper Slowinski has been working at PYD since early 2012. She has a B.A. from Gettysburg College in a self-created major focusing on child development and disability, and a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. Piper had a form of cancer while growing up, and that experience having a temporary disability instilled in them the desire to be an advocate and ally to the disability community. She has worked with people with disabilities for the past 13+ years. When she’s not at work, Piper enjoys hiking and camping, video games, D&D, and geeking out over all things sci-fi/fantasy.

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Pathway to Home Ownership

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About this webinar: Get an overview of what you need to know in order to own a home. We will talk about saving and budgeting, credit repair, and other important things you need to know and prepare for in order to purchase your own home.

 

About the facilitators:

Sabrina Antoine Correia is Vice President, Community Manager at Chase Bank servicing Roxbury, Dorchester, and Mattapan communities. In this role, she supports the financial wellness goals of both consumers and small businesses while building relationships, providing high impact programming and helping to increase financial success.
 

Sandeep (San) is a home lending advisor who specializes in pre-qualification and first-time homebuyer programs. Sandeep can help you get a clear picture of what might work best for you, starting with a review of your finances. He will explain your options, answer any questions you may have, keep you informed and guide you through every step of the mortgage process. Above all, Sandeep wants to ensure that you have a positive experience.

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About this webinar: Steps for creating a budget and techniques for sticking to it. What sample budgets look like and what are the components. Tools for tracking income and spending, building and monitoring a budget, and tips for accomplishing future savings goals.

 

About the facilitator: Phil Mustone is the Financial Education Manager at Cambridge Savings Bank (CSB).  He has been with CSB since 2016 and has been in banking for about 20 years.  What he loves most about his job is helping people achieve their financial goals.  For him, that started in his first role as a bank teller and has continued to his current role.  He has a BS in Finance and a minor in Economics from Salem State University.  He continued his professional development and graduated from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He is bilingual in English and Italian.
 

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About this webinar: Types of credit available. What factors affect credit scores and the impact of having a high or low credit score. What FICO credit scores mean to lenders and the average range of scores by age group. Ways to establish, improve, & maintain credit scores. Tips for protecting against identity theft.

 

About the facilitator: Phil Mustone is the Financial Education Manager at Cambridge Savings Bank (CSB).  He has been with CSB since 2016 and has been in banking for about 20 years.  What he loves most about his job is helping people achieve their financial goals.  For him, that started in his first role as a bank teller and has continued to his current role.  He has a BS in Finance and a minor in Economics from Salem State University.  He continued his professional development and graduated from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He is bilingual in English and Italian.
 

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About this webinar: Mayor Michelle Wu and the City of Boston are committed to building a city in which every resident can improve his, her, or their financial wellness. One of the most effective ways to build assets is to build your credit score, yet one-third of Bostonians either have a subprime score or no score at all. This 45-minute webinar will help you understand how credit works, what you can do to improve or repair your credit, and other free resources available to you, such as free tax preparation, financial coaching, and safe banking. Bring curiosity and questions.

About the facilitator: Constance Martin is the Deputy Director of the City of Boston’s Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE). She is a graduate of Harvard/Radcliffe College and attended the Boston Public Schools. Before she joined the OFE, she practiced law in Boston. The OFE was created to provide free resources so Bostonians and area residents can take control of their personal finances and get ahead. For more information, please visit: https://ofe.boston.gov

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About this webinar: Steps involved in buying a new home and ways to save money on a new mortgage. The criteria banks use to qualify borrowers for a mortgage. Tips on finding a realtor, making an offer, arranging a home inspection, and selecting an amortization period.

 

About the facilitator: Phil Mustone is the Financial Education Manager at Cambridge Savings Bank (CSB).  He has been with CSB since 2016 and has been in banking for about 20 years.  What he loves most about his job is helping people achieve their financial goals.  For him, that started in his first role as a bank teller and has continued to his current role.  He has a BS in Finance and a minor in Economics from Salem State University.  He continued his professional development and graduated from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He is bilingual in English and Italian.
 

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About this webinar: What is financial planning, the key components in developing a plan, and the benefits of having a plan. Coaching on cash flow management, investment & retirement planning, tax & estate planning.

 

About the facilitator: Phil Mustone is the Financial Education Manager at Cambridge Savings Bank (CSB).  He has been with CSB since 2016 and has been in banking for about 20 years.  What he loves most about his job is helping people achieve their financial goals.  For him, that started in his first role as a bank teller and has continued to his current role.  He has a BS in Finance and a minor in Economics from Salem State University.  He continued his professional development and graduated from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He is bilingual in English and Italian.
 

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Create an Eye-catching Cover Letter

About the webinar: Cover Letters are a crucial part of the job application process but job seekers often overlook their importance. Learn how to write an eye-catching cover letter to make your job applications more competitive with writing tips and techniques and also learn how to use Google Docs as a tool to best organize your Cover Letters and send them professionally.

About the facilitator: Victoria Patlajan is the Director of Education at Project Place. She leads a team of instructors and interns with the mission of teaching computer and workforce development skills to individuals experiencing homelessness in the Boston community. Victoria worked for three years as a special education teacher for K-12 students, where she learned how to use remote learning for home-based students and in the classroom. Victoria has her B.A. in English Literature from Clark University and her M.S. in Education Studies from Johns Hopkins University.

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar:
Chrome Browser, Google Search, & Google Translate

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​About the webinar: This webinar will provide TGH trainers ideas for teaching others how to use the Chrome browser. The instructor will define core browser concepts and address some areas where beginners may get confused. We will discuss concepts like security, clearing browsing data, and installing extensions. Additionally, we'll look at using Google Translate to translate web pages and other text to many different languages. Please bring your questions!
 

About the facilitator: Andrea Fey is a software engineer based in NYC, working on Google Classroom. She has 15 years of engineering experience in e-commerce, software as a service, and climate science. When she’s not at work, she enjoys walking in the park, reading, and traveling.

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About this webinar: What is a nest egg and what are the elements. What to look for in investment apps. Defining retirement vehicles. Breakdown of building your nest egg by age.

 

About the facilitator: Phil Mustone is the Financial Education Manager at Cambridge Savings Bank (CSB).  He has been with CSB since 2016 and has been in banking for about 20 years.  What he loves most about his job is helping people achieve their financial goals.  For him, that started in his first role as a bank teller and has continued to his current role.  He has a BS in Finance and a minor in Economics from Salem State University.  He continued his professional development and graduated from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He is bilingual in English and Italian.
 

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Google Drive File Management, and Slides and Sheets

About this webinar: Learn how to create, share, organize, download, upload, and modify files using Google Drive. We will also cover some basic techniques in Slides

and Sheets, which are useful for projects in both school and business.
 
About the facilitator: Max Zegans is a Research Associate at Entrada Therapeutics in Boston, where he performs molecular biology experiments to test new drug candidates. He is passionate about using software to enhance productivity and has used a wide range of technologies in higher education and industry settings. He has also tutored students in several subjects across grade levels. He holds a bachelor’s degree in Biophysics from Columbia University and is starting his Ph.D. in the fall at Johns Hopkins. He is a Cambridge native.

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About this webinar: Learn how to buy and sell items on Facebook Marketplace.

We will go through each step of buying and selling and learn how to avoid common mistakes and scammers. With this webinar, you’ll be able to buy second-hand with confidence and sell your unwanted items away.
 
About the facilitator: Danny Leem has been actively using Facebook Marketplace for several years, buying and selling items from teddy bears to apartments. Danny is currently a Senior Product Manager at RxAdvance.

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About this webinar: Everyone learns differently which can make it challenging to bring out the best in every student. Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is an educational framework that guides the development of flexible learning environments that can accommodate individual learning differences.
 
The learning objectives for this interactive training include: increased understanding of

the scientific research behind UDL, proficiency in the key tenets and principles of UDL, increased understanding of how UDL concepts address the needs of people with

hidden disabilities, increased understanding of how to utilize UDL concepts in

curriculum and program design, and increased awareness of best practices in applying UDL
 
About the facilitator: Piper Slowinski has been working at PYD since early 2012. She has a B.A. from Gettysburg College in a self-created major focusing on child development and disability, and a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. Piper had a form of cancer while growing up, and that experience having a temporary disability instilled in them the desire to be an advocate and ally to the disability community. She has worked with people with disabilities for the past 13+ years. When she’s not at work, Piper enjoys hiking and camping, video games, D&D, and geeking out over all things sci-fi/fantasy.

About the co-facilitator: Kristin Humphrey, National Disability Mentoring Coalition Director, has worked at PYD since 2010. She co-authored the manuscript, “Expanding Horizons: A Pilot Mentoring Program Linking College/Graduate Students and Teens

with ASD,” which was published in the Journal of Clinical Pediatrics in 2015. Kristin

has presented regionally, nationally, and globally on the topics of mentoring and inclusion. Kristin graduated magna cum laude from Connecticut College with a BA in Psychology and was a selected scholar for the Holleran Center’s Program in Community Action and Public Policy. She holds a Master’s in Public Administration from Clark University and a graduate certificate in Human Service Management from Clark University.

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About this webinar: At present, the CDC estimates the prevalence of autism spectrum disorders (ASD) as 1 in every 68 people. This has left many folks asking important questions: what is autism? How do we best incorporate and support autistic people? And how do we design programs, classrooms, and workplaces that are inclusive to all forms of neurodiversity? This training provides an overview of autism, including common strengths and challenges. Participants will learn practical tips on enhancing the ability

of organizations and programs to be more inclusive of individuals with autism..
 
About the facilitator: Kristin Humphrey, National Disability Mentoring Coalition

Director, has worked at PYD since 2010. She co-authored the manuscript, “Expanding Horizons: A Pilot Mentoring Program Linking College/Graduate Students and Teens

with ASD,” which was published in the Journal of Clinical Pediatrics in 2015. Kristin

has presented regionally, nationally, and globally on the topics of mentoring and inclusion. Kristin graduated magna cum laude from Connecticut College with a BA in Psychology and was a selected scholar for the Holleran Center’s Program in Community Action and

Public Policy. She holds a Master’s in Public Administration from Clark University and a graduate certificate in Human Service Management from Clark University.

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About this webinar: Google Grasshopper is an app that teaches students of all levels

to code. Using this platform, we will explore the basics of coding in Javascript and incrementally add new concepts from there by completing fun and interactive tutorials.

In the end, if Google Grasshopper just isn’t the platform for you, there will also be recommendations for other learning sites and resources to satisfy your newfound

coding curiosity. 
 
About the facilitator:  Jessica Rieger is a Software Engineer at LogRocket. During her career, she has done everything from backend python work to frontend React/Angular work and everything in between. Jessica has her B.S in Computer Science from Marist College and loves creating educational courses, especially those that introduce new learners to the excitement of coding.

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar:
Create an Interactive Learning Environment

About the webinar: Create multiple interactive activities for one lesson. In this workshop, we’ll discuss what interactivity in a virtual class could look like. We will examine a TGH lesson guide and run through example activities. Participants will then create an additional activity for the same lesson. 

About the facilitator: Mei (she/her/hers) joined TGH as a Curriculum Coordinator in June 2021 and is also a full-time Technology Manager at BEST Hospitality Training, where she teaches TGH courses. Little did Mei know that helping her family members with computer and English questions as a child would point her to her current service. Having taught over 8 TGH courses, Mei enjoys the challenge of designing approachable technology materials, tackling questions she hasn’t anticipated, and witnessing the little victories of her learner. She has a B.A. from the University of Massachusetts Amherst.

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About this webinar: There are many links to ideas, tools, and formats within the TGH menu that can be incorporated into constructing your curriculum for Early Childhood

TGH training. Many are appropriate for all of the TGH platforms. In this webinar, we explore how to get the most out of TGH tools and other resources to best connect with and meet the needs of the families we serve. We will delve into making other learning tools a vital part of our technology program. 


 
About the facilitator:  Clarence Little is presently serving as Director and Co-Owner of Grove Hall Child Development Center. He has been a Tech Goes Home Technology Trainer for over 10 years. Presently a member of the Common Start Coalition, MAAEYC Boston Chapter Board of Directors, and a MetroBoston StrongStart Coach and trainer. Clarence has been a coach and mentor for over 20 years and in the field of Early Education and Care for over 40 years. A graduate of UMass Boston where he

received a degree in Human Services with a concentration on Early Childhood Development.

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About this webinar: When working with people with disabilities, it’s incredibly

important for staff to understand the intricate ways that trauma can impact the

experience of living with a disability – and vice versa. This training will cover ableism,

the ways disability and trauma interrelate and connect, and trauma-informed best practices. 
 
About the facilitator: Piper Slowinski has been working at PYD since early 2012. She has a B.A. from Gettysburg College in a self-created major focusing on child development and disability, and a Masters in Nonprofit Leadership from the Questrom School of Business at Boston University. Piper had a form of cancer while growing up, and that experience having a temporary disability instilled in them the desire to be an advocate and ally to the disability community. She has worked with people with disabilities for the past 13+ years. When she’s not at work, Piper enjoys hiking and camping, video games, D&D, and geeking out over all things sci-fi/fantasy.

About the co-facilitator: Kristin Humphrey, National Disability Mentoring Coalition Director, has worked at PYD since 2010. She co-authored the manuscript, “Expanding Horizons: A Pilot Mentoring Program Linking College/Graduate Students and Teens

with ASD,” which was published in the Journal of Clinical Pediatrics in 2015. Kristin

has presented regionally, nationally, and globally on the topics of mentoring and inclusion. Kristin graduated magna cum laude from Connecticut College with a BA in Psychology and was a selected scholar for the Holleran Center’s Program in Community Action and Public Policy. She holds a Master’s in Public Administration from Clark University and a graduate certificate in Human Service Management from Clark University.

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About this webinar: There are thousands of apps that claim to promote users'

well-being and health, making it challenging to decide which app is right for which person. In this webinar, we will talk about the current state of mental health apps including how mental health apps are regulated and trends in apps' data security policies and efficacy. Then, using M-Health Index and Navigation Database (mindsapp.org), we will present an app evaluation framework that is free to use and available today. Through interactive demonstrations, viewers will be able to practice using the framework and evaluating apps. From this talk, viewers will be more informed about how to safely navigate the app marketplace and choose an app that aligns with their needs.


 
About the facilitator:  Noy Alon is a clinical research assistant at the Digital Psychiatry Lab at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. She leads the team's app evaluation efforts and is in charge of updating the largest database of mental health applications, known as the M-health Index and Navigation Database (MIND). She also is a Tech Goes Home Instructor and leads the team's digital literacy outreach. She graduated

from Brown University with a degree in Biology in May 2022.

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Learn about the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), *Training for Instructors*

​About the webinar: What is the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), how to apply for it, and how to use it with Comcast services.

About the facilitator: Becca Fracassa works on behalf of Comcast and the Comcast Foundation to support programs that advance digital inclusion, digital exploration, and digital workforce development. She oversees local implementation of Comcast’s Internet Essentials program bringing affordable high-speed internet to households experiencing income constraints and Comcast’s Lift Zone program providing high quality internet access on-the go via WiFi hotspots at community centers. Dedicated to creating access to resources that drive achievement, she has been thrilled to help households understand and connect to the benefits available via the Affordable Connectivity Program. When not working in the community, she is committed to being the best parent, spouse, sibling, and child she possibly can.

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Free Internet? Learn about the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) *for Learners*

About the webinar: What is the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), who is eligible, and what are the steps for applying.



About the facilitator: Barbara Kim leads the effort and works to educate and enroll learners in the Affordable Connections Program (ACP). As a member of the Advocacy team, Barbara captures key anecdotes by analyzing data to visualize and help tell stories of TGH’s impact.

 

Can't make the webinar? Send us a text or email

TGH is on a mission to sign up as many people as possible for ACP between now and April! Whether they are TGH learners or not, please send ANYONE who needs help signing up to ACP@techgoeshome.org or text 857-293-1604.

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TGH Instructor Professional Development Webinar: Introducing Computers to Seniors

About the webinar: This webinar will demonstrate the simplest method for instructing seniors with limited to no prior use of technology. Each slide is accompanied with visual demonstration and practice time for student participants.



About the facilitator: 

Carl Byron Baty was born and raised in Philadelphia. He attended the public school system, and was a product of the first experiment with desegregation busing in that city. Busing afforded him an excellent junior high school education, and he graduated in the top ten in his class. Despite his academic excellence, he was denied access to the all-boys academic high school, and enrolled in a class for students with learning disabilities at the high school closest to his home, a label that would remain for life.

Carl went on to secure government employment at the Social Security Administration (1974), the Northeast Regional Office for the Department of Justice, Board of Parole (1975), and he was assigned to the first class of the Federal Aviation Administration at the University of Oklahoma (1981) and worked as an Air Traffic Controller until Reagan dismissed the controllers in 1981. 

Carl co-founded and became the Executive Director of Rounding The Bases, Inc. (RTB), a small non-profit that connects people to resources in Baltimore (2010). 

RTB has partnered with Technology Goes Home to bring computer and internet service to low-income seniors and Boston residents (2014), and has a food delivery program that served over 1,600 households last year.

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Flexible, Affordable, Accelerated Pathway to your College Degree

 

About the webinar: This presentation is about a college degree pathway that is flexible, affordable and is a great option for working adults to attain their Bachelor or Associate degrees at an accelerated pace.



About the facilitator: Dustin Gardner is a Director of Recruitment with Duet. In this role, he builds relationships with non-profits and community-based organizations to share how this program can help people who have been historically excluded from higher education get their college degrees, and achieve economic mobility.

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Be safe online!

About the webinar: Are you new to technology, or just never understood basic ways to keep yourself safe online? This session will provide practical tips that can be used right away and also some additional information.



About the facilitators: 

Jacob Thampi works for QBE North America where he is Head of Cyber Security Consulting. He has worked across multiple industries and several global organizations in helping to make sure they protect their people, data, and systems.

Taleen Armen (she/her) works for QBE North America where she is Head of IT Operations and Head of Technology for Shared Services. She has worked within a number of  global organizations in various roles across Technology Services.

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About the webinar:
Learn how to use Walgreens.com to refill your prescriptions, register for home deliveries, transfer prescriptions to Walgreens, make flu shot appointments, and access vaccination records.

 

About the facilitator:
Danny Leem is currently a Senior Product Manager at RxAdvance, a pharmacy benefit manager. He has been conducting webinars and creating materials for TGH since last year. John Le is a software engineer. Danny and John have been roommates from college and raised a puppy together.

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Upcoming Financial Webinars

About the facilitator(s): Phil Mustone, CFE Certified Financial Educator®, is the Financial Education Manager at Cambridge Savings Bank (CSB). He has been with CSB since 2016 and has been in banking for about 25 years. What he loves most about his job is helping people achieve their financial goals. For him, that started in his first role as a bank teller and has continued to his current role. He has a BS in Finance and a minor in Economics from Salem State University. He continued his professional development and graduated from the ABA Stonier Graduate School of Banking. He is bilingual in English and Italian.

 

  • To Your Good Credit, presented by Cambridge Savings Bank

 

Date and time: 

Tuesday, August 22nd 

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

 

Zoom: https://techgoeshome-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZUsde-vpzgrGNT0dFmdqgppCM87bywzx8LN

 

About this webinar: 

  • Types of credit available.

  • What factors affect credit scores and the impact of having a high or low credit score.

  • What FICO credit scores mean to lenders and the average range of scores by age group. 

  • Ways to establish, improve, & maintain credit scores. 

  • Tips for protecting against identity theft.

 

 

  • Financial Planning, presented by Cambridge Savings Bank

 

Date and time: 

Tuesday, September 6th 

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

 

Zoom: https://techgoeshome-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZ0uf-CgqjgiHNz13eURBB7VkNcyL8gwHfjM

 

About this webinar: 

  • What is financial planning, the key components in developing a plan, and the benefits of having a plan. 

  • Coaching on cash flow management, investment & retirement planning, tax & estate planning.

 

 

 

  • Home Buying, presented by Cambridge Savings Bank

 

Date and time: 

Tuesday, October 24th

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

 

Zoom: https://techgoeshome-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwvf-ihqzMsHNMAo_zu-tBrE3tcZTuYopj9

 

About this webinar: 

  • Steps involved in buying a new home and ways to save money on a new mortgage. 

  • The criteria banks use to qualify borrowers for a mortgage. 

  • Tips on finding a realtor, making an offer, arranging a home inspection, and selecting an amortization period.

 

  • Building Your Nest Egg, presented by Cambridge Savings Bank

 

Date and time: 

Wednesday, November 29th 

3:00 PM - 4:30 PM

 

Zoom: https://techgoeshome-org.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYpf-yorj4vH9O2eEvy8EknW6vZgcVoSZ_x

 

About this webinar: 

  • What is a nest egg and what are the elements. 

  • What to look for in investment apps. 

  • Defining retirement vehicles. 

  • Breakdown of building your nest egg by age.

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