Computer Literacy and Internet Competency for Seniors Beta Theta Omicron members had a busy summer volunteering in the community, initiating several service projects during the summer. Members continued their award-winning Computer Literacy and Internet Competency for Seniors (CLICS) program. During the summer, they held training sessions at Magnolia Senior Center to help senior citizens learn to use their smartphones and tablets. Our students were impressed with the seniors’ commitment to learning. One senior was impressed that a Skyline College student took two buses to lead CLICS on Saturdays.

Beta Theta Omicron also encouraged children to learn science at the South San Francisco Community Center with fun labs on making ice cream and slime. Chapter members also held a Genius Bar in Skyline College Library to assist students with computer applications.

The Chapter’s 2019-2020 officers are:

Alessandro Mazzora, President

Lauren de Vera, Vice President of Operations (Honor in Action)

Hazel Leiva, Vice President of Operations (College Project)

Zhuofan Huang, Vice President of Communications

Joseph Guevara, Vice President of Records

Sienny Angky, Vice President of Fellowship

Article and Photo by Christine L. Case

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