SOUTH SEATTLE’S 1ST VIRTUAL REALITY POP-UP FAIR
WHEN: Sunday, May 7, 3-6pm
WHERE: New Holly Gathering Hall (7054 32nd Ave S, 98118)
WHAT: Want to try Virtual Reality? Learn how to use Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality from leading experts. The Washington Technology Industry Association, CoMotion Labs and the City of Seattle are hosting a Virtual Reality pop-up fair. This free event will bring attendees together with industry experts, groundbreaking virtual reality technologies, and a chance to explore careers in tech. We’ll have HoloLens, Vives, Oculus, Google Cardboard, Theta S, and 360Fly on hand for you to try. You can also learn about getting a career in tech too. All ages and all skill levels welcomed. No preregistration necessary. Just show up!
QUESTIONS? Contact David Keyes, 206.386.9759, email@example.com
HEALTH CARE OPEN ENROLLMENT ASSISTANCE & REDUCED-FARE ORCA LIFT CARD
WHEN: Wednesdays – May 10, June 14, July 5, 2017 – 10:30am–1:30pm
WHAT: Within Reach will have certified health care navigators at Airport Jobs to answer your questions and offer assistance with Washington State’s Health Exchange eligibility and registration. They will also be available to help individuals determine eligibility and enrollment for ORCA LIFT, a reduced-fare ORCA card. Assistance will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
FREE/LOW-COST INTERNET SERVICES & PHONES
WHAT: Lists with details about access to free or low-cost Information Technology:
- Low-Cost Home Internet Access for Residents: With help from these programs, you can check your email, do your homework, search for jobs, pay your bills, watch short video clips, download music, and much more.
- Free Access to Computers & Internet: Did you know there are several places around Seattle where you can drop in and check your email or access the Internet for job searches, pay your electric bill online, or search for entertainment options around city?
- Discount Smart Phones: Lifeline is a government benefit program that provides monthly telephone service discounts for eligible consumers living on low incomes, helping create access to the opportunities and security that phone service affords — including being able to connect to jobs, housing, family and 9-1-1.