The CAP site (Community Access Program) has become an important part of our community. It helps to provide knowledge to the residents and give a little foresight of the technology that will become a part of our everyday life in the future. The program was first introduced to Foleyet in the summer of 1996, and has been approved for more goverment funding many times since. Our small community has taken advantage of the situation and the sites available to them. The sites operate on Monday-Friday, 9-12 and 1-5 from July through to October, at both the Pathfinder Building and the Foleyet Public Library. Both sites consist of 2 Macintosh computers that are open for daily use. The site provides the community with opportunities to learn basic computer skills, research over the internet, for educational or personal purposes, e-mail, chatting, and even to be taught the fundamentals of HTML and the art of creating a
We offer one - on - one personal training, from basic computer skills to HTML. We also have a scanner and a printer that is open for public use at a small fee. Cybercamps will run through August. These consist of, introduction days, theme days, typing skills, and above all, great time!
RULES AND REGULATIONS
We have 3 main rules. These are as follows: no excessive noise at any time, misbehaviour is unexceptable, and most of all keep your area neat and tidy at all times.
You can contact us, Kayla at 899-2760 and Shannon at 899-2896 for more information concerning the CAP site and it's many oppertunities. Or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hope to see you soon!!!
The following is the link for the official CAP Site Program.