Hyman Molotsky has been volunteering at Winnipeg Harvest for a little more than a year and a half as an instructor for the Computer Basics, Computer Diagnostics and Microsoft Word courses.
After he retired, he wanted to find a way to use his experience with computers and technology to do something constructive. He saw an ad from Winnipeg Harvest asking for instructors and within a few days, he was behind the podium in the Asper Learning & Friendship Village.
He says he hopes to give people the confidence to use technology and gain these skills to make their lives easier and hopefully better.
“If I can help people understand how to use computers better and that leads to them finding a job, or getting another good opportunity, then I’m happy.”