Bryan 4-H Tech Change Makers Empower Community with Digital Skills Training

Seniors get a lesson in technology from 4-H Tech Changemakers

In Bryan, Texas, the Brazos County 4-H Tech Change Makers program offers unique training on social media and digital marketing. This innovative program empowers youth to teach digital skills to adults in the community. Teenagers lead classes for adults who may not be familiar with technology, covering topics such as digital marketing, LinkedIn, resume building, and social media platforms.

The Tech Change Makers have conducted educational sessions for adult audiences at various locations in Bryan and College Station, including Stephen F. Austin Middle School and The Lincoln Community Center. They also have upcoming classes scheduled at the Clara B. Mounce Public Library in Bryan. Additionally, they are available to present technology topics and events throughout the Brazos Valley region.

For those who are unable to attend in-person training sessions, the Tech Change Makers offer virtual training videos on YouTube. To schedule a training session or learn more about the program, interested individuals can contact the Brazos County Agrilife Extension Service at 979-823-0129 or visit their YouTube channel. Stay up-to-date on their latest activities and offerings by following them on social media.

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