If you are thinking #THELINKS, INCORPORATED is merely a social group of women lunching and brunching, you are mistaken. The Links, Inc., established in 1946, is one of the nation’s oldest and largest women’s volunteer service organizations.
With more than 288 chapters across the United States, the Bahamas and United Kingdom, members are dedicated to enriching, sustaining and ensuring the #culture and economic survival of #AfricanAmericans and other persons of #Africanancestry.
#TheGreaterNewYorkLinksHealth and Human Services Committee recently hosted an interactive #workshop at the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Community Center in #Harlem. Links co-chairs Dr. Marcella Maxwell, Michelle D. Stent, Esq., and Rhonda Joy McLean, Esq. welcomed attendees and introduced invited speakers.
The STUDENTS HELPING SENIORS WORKSHOP was purposed to partner seniors with a student to assist them in understanding their tech devices. Seniors were invited to bring their mobile phones, iPads, laptops and other technical devices.
The Reverend Deacon Rodney A. Beckford, Director of the Lt. Joseph P. Kennedy Center, under the auspices of Catholic Charities Community Services provided ample space for the workshop from 10 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Kendal Askins, STEM Educator, NYU Tandon School of Engineering, gave an overview of technology issues and seniors’ concerns itemizing helpful tech opportunities, such as making Appointments; Setting Alarms and Reminders; Finances; Data Security and Video Chatting with family and friends.
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