About Cary Senior Tech Ed

Cary Senior Tech Ed's mission is to provide older adults education for, and access to computer technologies to enhance their lives and enable them to share their knowledge and wisdom.

In this day and age it is difficult to go through life without being asked to check a Web Site or send an Email. Our objective is to teach you how to use a computer in your everyday life no matter how old you may be.

The Cary Senior Tech Ed program is staffed entirely by senior volunteers. Our program is one of Seniors teaching Seniors (50+). Small classes with instructors and coaches help you with one-on-one attention when needed.

Senior Tech Ed classes are managed by the Town Of Cary and are part of the Senior Center Continuing Education Program. A small fee is charged for many of the classes. To sign up for a class contact the Senior Center either in person or by telephone at 919-469-4081

You may also sign up online, at MyCary.org by following the instructions there.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why choose Cary Senior Tech Ed for learning computers?

  • Hands on classes with your peers and by your peers
  • Computer Lab: Twelve or fewer students per class in a hands-on format
  • Room 302: Up to thirty students in a lecture format
  • One instructor and two coaches per class
  • Very low cost
  • Up to date computers and technology

How much do the courses cost?

  • A 6 session class costs $30
  • Shorter courses cost less
  • Some single session classes are free
  • Non-Cary residents pay a little more

What does the Cary group provide for its class fees?

  • The class, the coaches and the instructors
  • Instructional notebooks for use in class and at home
  • A fun learning experience

Our Sponsors

  Town of Cary

All classes are
held at the
Cary Senior Center
120 Maury O'Dell Place


Sponsored by
Town of Cary,
North Carolina,
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources