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To register for Tech Connect call (440) 204-3151 or to reserve the CLTC for a training event call (440) 204-3153.


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Tech Connect classes are provided to income-eligible households at 125% of the federal poverty guidelines. Income guidelines representing the 200% calculations are revised annually. Please click on the link for our Eligibility Calculator to determine if you qualify.

Application Process

Interested individuals can obtain an application below or by calling (440) 204-3151. 

Required documentation includes:

  • Ohio Driver License/SS Card for all household members
  • Proof of income; Two most recent paystubs/W-2/SSI or SS Benefit Statement/Proof of other forms of income/Current Income Tax forms

Other Requirements:

  • Complete intake assessment 
  • Complete required OhioMeansJobs course

 For households that are over-income, the cost is $10.00 (per class) and due at the time of registration. Payments are not accepted by the trainer.

Ove- income participants are not eligible to receive the free refurbished computer.  

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Important Dates

Tech Connect classes are held on Tuesdays from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. Open lab 12:00 p.m. - 1:00 p.m.



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The LCCAA Community Learning and Technology Center (CLTC) is a great place to start or continue your education - we open doors and open minds.

About the CLTC

Formerly the LCCAA Family Learning Center, the new Community Learning and Technology Center (CLTC) now serves as a one-stop training facility for the Agency while serving as a community resource and lifelong learning center. The CLTC serves families, children, and adults of all ages through collaborative partnerships that provide support services and opportunities to the community in a welcoming center equipped with today's technology such as Wi-Fi, a projection system, and classroom computers.   

The mission of Community Learning & Technology Center is all about you. CLTC is dedicated to delivering programs and services that respond to individual, community, and workforce needs. The community benefits from the CLTC through access to family activities, adult programs, coordination of community resources to meet the social and economic needs of residents; and a heightened sense of community. 

About Tech Connect

Lorain County residents seeking to improve their computer skills and possibly their employment prospects can register for LCCAA's free 8-week computer class.  The class provides basic instruction in Microsoft Office (Word and Excel), Internet searches, email use and resume building. Income-eligible participants who complete the 8-week course will receive a free, refurbished computer. 

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