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Posted on 25th April, 2016 by Lincoln Against Poverty
If you are good with computers and enjoy helping others, then you would make an ideal Digital Champion.
The City of Lincoln Council is looking for volunteers to help members of the public use council computers to access a range of services such as online forms, emails and job applications. The role can suit your needs, whether you want to help people on a one-to-one basis, or go even further and help to promote the use of council online services.
You don’t need any qualifications, but you do need a good understanding of computers and you must enjoy talking to people. Training experience would be useful, but is not essential as full support will be given to volunteers throughout their time in the role.
Volunteers are needed to start at City Hall in Lincoln on Monday 9 May 2016. If you think this is something you could do then register your interest at:
Alternatively, you can call 01427 675158 for more information, or email firstname.lastname@example.org