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Grant Writing Basics for Non-Profit Organizations

The Arlington Public Library will host a free workshop, conducted by Andi Davis, Library Development Coordinator, on grant writing basics for non-profit organizations. If you work with a non-profit organization, or are new to grant writing and want to learn more, this workshop will provide you with:

an overview of the grant writing process an introduction to proposal writing tools and techniques of grant management an opportunity to network with other organizations

English Conversation Circle

Practice speaking with other students and native English speakers to improve your conversation skills, or sit in and listen to conversations to enhance your understanding.

You may come at any time to as many sessions as you want and you can bring a friend. No registration necessary!

Open Computing with the TechLiNK

The TechLiNK vehicle will be at multiple locations throughout the City of Arlington to provide open computing sessions. No library card required!

Request the TechLiNK vehicle for your Arlington community or event! The Arlington Public Library gives priority to locations that target underserved populations and the proposed event should align with and support the mission and objectives of the Arlington Public Library. Library-sponsored instructors will be available to assist bus operations & teach classes. Event requests must be submitted at least six weeks prior to the event...

Conceptos básicos sobre computadoras, Parte 2

¡Es hora de entrar en la era digital! ¡Aprenda todo lo que necesita saber para comenzar a usar una computadora, desde cómo usar el ratón y el teclado, introducción para estar en línea y el uso de Internet!

Los temas que se tratan en esta clase:

• Cómo crear y administrar carpetas • Organización de archivos • Consejos para solucionar problemas • Terminologías informáticas

Computer Basics, Part 1

It’s time to enter the digital age! Learn everything you need to know to start using a computer, from how to use a mouse and keyboard, to an introduction to getting online and using the Internet!

Topics to be covered in class: What are the components of a computer and what do they do? How to navigate in Windows How to use a mouse Computer terminologies ...

Conceptos básicos sobre computadoras, Parte 1

Los estudiantes deberán llegar al menos 10 minutos antes. Su espacio se llenará 5 minutos antes del comienzo de la clase con los estudiantes en lista de espera. ¡Es hora de entrar en la era digital! ¡Aprenda todo lo que necesita saber para comenzar a usar una computadora, desde cómo usar el ratón y el teclado, introducción para estar en línea y el uso de Internet!

Los temas a tratar en clase ¿Cuáles son los componentes de una computadora y qué hacen? Cómo navegar en Windows Cómo utilizar un ratón Terminologías informáticas Se requiere inscripción y se abrirá dos...

Get Crafty @ The Mansfield Public Library

Get Crafty @ MPL. Enjoy making crafts? Come join us on the 4th Thursday of each month and make a monthly themed craft. Each month will feature a different craft. Programs are limited to 18 & up. Space is limited.

GED Study Program II Online Registration

Online registration opens Monday, February 1 at 10 a.m. This is a unique GED class that will be taking place at the South Police Station here in Arlington.

The classes will occur two nights a week beginning the second week of February and will cover subjects that are featured on the GED. Students must be willing and able to come to every class for 12-15 weeks.

Registration will only be considered complete after students have attended the required orientation. After registering online, students will receive an email with further instructions about...

GED/ High School Equivalency Study Program Online Registration

Complete the online registration for the spring semester here.

Online registration is one day only: Thursday, January 5th beginning at 9 a.m. and closing at 9 p.m., or when full. Space is limited to the first 50 and a waitlist is available.

The spring semester will begin Monday, January 30, with classes taking place at the Literacy House. Registration will only be considered complete after students have attended the required orientation. After registering online, students will receive an email with further instructions about orientation. Orientation includes filling out...

Haunted Hotspots of DFW

Seek out the spooky, creepy and paranormal this Halloween with Tui Snider’s one-of-a-kind program. Snider is a freelance writer, travel blogger, and photographer specializing in strange-but-true history, cemetery symbolism, haunted places, offbeat sites and quirky travel destinations.

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