Welcome to the Leisure World

Computer and Technology Club Web Site

The LW computer club is a service organization to our Leisure World Community that functions through  the support of volunteers.  Our Monday morning programs are designed to provide information about computers and technology of interest to seniors. These programs are held from October through April each year. You can read the descriptions of our upcoming programs and view the program calendar on the "Program Descriptions" and "Program Calendar" pages in the menu above. 

Please browse through the other pages on this site to learn more about our club. In Fall 2021 we will resume providing information for Special Interest Groups (SIGs) the club supports. We also anticipate being able to have  hands-on training using the information discussed in our weekly programs as well as classes on topics of interest to our members. 

 

Our goal for our website is to provide information to members and prospective members about who we are, what we do, and to provide up-to-date information for our programs, classes, and events. A "Member's Resources" page will be coming soon that will have additional resources for our members. 

 We would like to have you join our Club

 

Click on the link below to complete our membership form. This will add you to our member database. Members will receive notifications about upcoming programs. Recordings of Zoom meetings and future newsletters and classes will be available to Club members. 

 

There are no dues for the remainder of the Winter/Spring 2021 season. Membership years begin on October 1 and end on September 30. Beginning in Fall 2021 dues will be $10 per year. You will be able to give your payment to the leaders at the Monday morning meetings or place it in the drop box in the Computer Center. Make Checks Payable to:   "Leisure World Computer Club".

 Volunteer Opportunities

 

We invite you to join the club as a volunteer in addition to participating in our club meetings and programs.  In-depth computer knowledge is not required.  There are very meaningful tasks that you as member can participate in such as keeping our bulletin boards current, helping on the one of our committees, or becoming a monitor in the computer center to name a few.  For the more technically inclined, you may wish to join our equipment maintenance team or volunteer to teach a class or lead a discussion group on a topic in which you have special knowledge or interest.  All jobs or tasks are equally important in keeping our club vibrant and of service to our community.  Working together, we can learn from each other and have fun!!! 

Thank you for visiting our page!