The mission of Twin Cities SeniorTech is to provide low-cost, basic personal computer and technology education for people over 50. We provide low-cost classes, workshops and seminars throughout the year to help you learn basic personal computing and technology through MCTC's Continuing Education program.
Get our latest schedule online, or sign up for a mailed catalog by contacting continuing education at email@example.com or 612-659-6500.
Instructors and coaches
Our instructors and coaches volunteer their time to help provide the additional support you may need and to keep our program costs low. These patient and caring individuals help to make sure you get the one-on-one attention you need in class.
If you are interested in becoming a volunteer instructor or coach please contact MCTC Continuing Education at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-659-6500.
Where it all began
Gladys Green founded the Minneapolis SeniorNet center in 1995 with a gift from Wheelock Whitney. SeniorNet provided the initial curriculum design and operational support was provided by Minneapolis Community and Technical College. Since the first SeniorNet class was held in 1996, students have registered for over 5,000 courses totaling more than 40,000 hours of volunteer classroom instruction. In SeniorNet, seniors came to learn from other seniors serving as instructors and coaches to provide a positive, comfortable learning experience. Though the needs of seniors and our curriculum have changed, this positive, comfortable and supportive learning experience remains as the foundation of our programming in Twin Cities SeniorTech.
Join us for SeniorTech
SeniorTech (formerly Minneapolis SeniorNet) provides low-cost, supportive technology classes for Seniors conveniently located at MCTC. View Image Gallery