Trish Lopez is a young mother from New Mexico who decided that seniors, like her home, needed help keeping up with technology. So she created Teeniors™ , tech-savvy teens and young adults who help seniors learn technology through one-on-one, personal tutoring. Whether it’s a smartphone, tablet or computer – our goal is to empower you to connect with your loved ones and engage with the world through technology, while also providing meaningful jobs to young adults.
Susan Page is a retired prosecutor who now does pro bono work at legal clinics several days a month. She reads for the Newsline for the Blind and mentors a child through the WIseMen and Women Program of Youth Development Incorporated. She and her husband, who have three grown children, also sing in the New Mexico Mass Choir, a multiracial gospel choir. Susan is a “digital immigrant,” and has greatly appreciated the help of Teeniors.
MiTechNews Headlines for July 8, 2017
- Mike reports on his recent travels to Israel to cover Cyberweek 2017.
- Former Israeli Security Chief Tells Auto Industry To Stop Autonomous Vehicle Development Until Cyber Security Solved
- Grand Rapids Metro Area Ranked No. 1 Last Year For Fastest Growing Economy In U.S.
- SBAM Energy Advocate Helps Small Businesses Find Energy Savings
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