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VOLUNTEER COMPUTER TRAINERS STILL BEING SOUGHT

June 3 2003 – The application deadline for volunteer computer trainers under the Virgin Islands Training Initiative program has been extended to June 27.
According to a government release, volunteer computer trainers are employees of various governmental departments and agencies who, through the VITI program, receive extensive preparation in the Train-the-PC Trainer program, then conduct classes for government employees at Personnel Division training facilities. Trainers may receive CEU credits for trainer courses, Personnel director Joanne U. Barry said.
Applicants must be full-time V.I. government employees and be proficient in the Microsoft Windows operating system and Microsoft Office applications. Those interested must complete the VITI Trainer application and provide a current resume and letter of recommendation from their department head or immediate supervisor.
Application forms and further information may be obtained from the Personnel Division offices on St. Thomas at the GERS Complex and on St. Croix at the Orange Grove Shopping Center.

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