Distance Computer Comfort

Ian, Distance Computer Comfort participant (photo via BC Wheelchair Sports)

November 29, 2017 Ian Uses His Upgraded Computer Skills as Head Coach

Ian Chan is a wheelchair rugby player who enrolled in the Distance Computer Comfort program. Using the resume and cover letter he made in the classes, he was able to land the head coach position at BC Wheelchair Sports.

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October 11, 2017 Dale Gets Caught up With her Computer Skills

Since Dale got sick in the mid-90’s and had to leave the workforce, the world has changed a lot. “I’ve tried to get different jobs, and I find one stumbling block — technology,” she explains. “It’s a different world than what I left.”

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May 25, 2017 Cindy Counts Herself Lucky

Cindy, who lives in Montreal, Quebec, was forced to leave her job of 23 years in the finance department of a business in 2010 after more than a year of pain and exhaustion stemming from “an issue” in her neck. She was looking to re-enter the workforce when she joined the Distance Computer Comfort program.

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