FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The Fort St. John Public Library’s CLICK program is in need of funding.

The free CLICK computer literacy program helps community members with basic computer skills that help the community navigate the digital and online world, whether it’s searching for employment opportunities, accessing government forms, or connecting with family and friends.

For the program to continue in the new year, more funding is needed. The library has been a place where people can go and use computers, and it helps to fill the need for free computer training, which is a common skill needed for many types of employment in recent years.

There are two ways to the CLICK Program; there is one-on-one training by appointment, or you can attend the libraries CLICK quick help drop-in times. The drop-in times until December 19 are as follows:

To learn more about the free computer training, you can call the library at 250-785-3731, email or the Fort St. John Public Library website.