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Eleventh Computer Class Graduation - KCCD
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  • 14, November

Eleventh Computer Class Graduation

On September 29, 2015, Korean Churches for Community Development (KCCD) celebrated its Eleventh Graduating Class from the 1736 Family Crisis Center and the sixteenth class from the One Million New Internet Users (NIU) Community Empowerment through Technology Initiative.

 

Silvia Guillen, on behalf of KCCD, congratulated the graduates. “I would like to congratulate you. You have taken a big step and we’re proud of you guys for making it. We are ever pleased to be partner with 1736 Family Crisis Center and we look forward to continuing the partnership.”

 

Frank Galvan, KCCD Computer Instructor, commented, “I’m very proud to see everyone complete the ten-week. You motivate me to continue teaching because you are learning typing, essential computer skills, email, web, office suites and online research. You’re never too old keep learning and bettering yourself.”

 

Jacqueline Urtez, Assistant Program Coordinator at 1736 Family Crisis Center also congratulated the graduates. “You are the real stars here and it is incredible how much you dedicated yourselves to learn in this ten week computer program. I hope this class is beneficial for both you and your family’s personal and professional goals in the future.”

 

Student Testimonials

Students shared testimonies and made PowerPoint presentations to display their accomplishments and newly acquired skills. These skills included applications such as Microsoft Word, Excel, Internet, as well as information on websites that provide resources in identifying drug use, college funding, and avoiding predatory attacks on social media and the Internet.

 

Rosari Murillo, a student from the Spanish computer class, expressed how honored she was to be in the class everyday and how much she learned. “I’m happy that I had the opportunity to learn how to use a computer so that I can pass on my knowledge to my children and be able to help them with their work. I was able to make a Gmail account for both my son and me. I will keep on learning about computer because they play a big part in our life style.”

 

Gloria F. Garner, a student from the English computer class shared, “I’ve benefited from taking advantage of opportunities that are here. I am happy that I was able to learn more about computer even though I knew how to turn on the computer. I will be taking another computer class because I know that there’s still more to learn about computers. This course has been a good experience for me.”

 

Special Thanks

KCCD would like to thank CA Assemblymember Miguel Santiago for providing certificates that were given to the graduates. Special thanks to all our partners including 1736 Family Crisis Center, One Million New Internet Users, Community Union, California Public Utilities Commission, California Emerging Technology Fund and the City of Los Angeles for making the Community Empowerment through Technology classes possible.

Congratulations to all the Graduates!

Antonio Alcaraz
Georgia V. Alfred
Madeline L. Carter
Terrye Sukari Finley
Gloria F. Garner
Berta Mansilla
Rosario Murillo
Blanca A. Padron
Mercedes Pineda
Celsa Torres

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