TESTIMONIALS

Jarrod Sinclair

  

The VCTC class has really given me insight on computers and computer literacy. Thanks to Mr.Davis giving me the chance to be a part of the class. I can also say it has given me a place to practice my communication skills. It has been a awesome experience and I look forward to every day to be a part of and be able to give back what I've learned in the process.

Jerome Graham

 

He came to the computer clinic with little knowledge of the computer, but was determined to succeed. Jerome dedicated himself to the computer clinic and through that dedication he was able to grasp the basic concepts and excell. Jerome completed the program and went on to further his studies at Forest Park Community College majoring in Human Services.

Jessie Simpson

 

I want to thank you Mr. Davis for being instrumental in helping further my education due to the computer class you are providing for people just like me who feel they are incapable of learning the basics due to fear and uncertainty. I was delighted to pursue my dream and even though I did not complete my associates degree I still after 25 years of not attending school found enjoyment in it due to your class. Thank you very much.

Vic Alexander

 

Since I enrolled in this computer class,I learned to how to complete a resume. Also how to email other people and how to log on and set an Account with a web site so easy that I never knew how before. I think that this is a worthy and helpful program .I can vouch for Mr. Davis and I would strongly recommend this very, very, helpful program.

Steve Broward

 

Steve is one of our earliest students, coming to us after having spent 29 years in prison. His skills were non-existent. It took several months, but Steve finally became comfortable with computers. He landed a good job with a sub-contractor to Proctor & Gamble where he eventually became a supervisor.

Kathryn Mantia

 

She came to the VCCC with exceptional computer skills. She was rewarded with a position as an assistant. In this position she executed her knowledge with expertise, teaching others the basic skills needed to operate a computer effectively.

VCTC Class Phases

  The  program rests upon a simple structure of classes. Since our population  is poor and, in many cases, struggling to get back into society, they  find it difficult to schedule regular classes. We have adjusted to their  needs by offering one-on-one tutoring and on-line courses to supplement  their training.

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Lisa Shelley

United Way Poster Person Lisa Shelley is Early VCTC Grad

  

I am writing you to let you know my testimonial working with Kennedy Davis in the Veterans Computer program. I met Kennedy when he came to the Jefferson Barracks Domiciliary where I was living because I was homeless. He was signing people up for computer training to help the guys fill out their job resumes.  I needed help with spreadsheets on Excel. He told us to meet him at Employment Connection. We went that following Monday. It took me 3 weeks to learn how to make slides on PowerPoint and also spreadsheets on Excel. I enrolled in the Community College at Florissant Valley and I needed a computer. Kennedy provided me with a refurbished laptop . I was able to get my AAS in Deaf Communications. I would tell any Veteran to get in this program to learn basic computer skills.