Artemisa, Cuba -The Computing Clubs in San Antonio de los Baños offer different services mainly for children and young people. During the month of September, courses for the population, mobile devices rental and Internet browsing are offered.
Cristian Santana, instructor of the Youth Club 3, refers to the services offered by this center: ''One of the most requested proposals is ''La Mochila'', a free and easily accessible service. Young people can also access the National Youth Clubs. We signed a contract with Cuban Telecommunications Enterprise Etecsa, which allows people to go to the Youth Club to connect via Nauta Service. ''
''Regarding the Youth Club courses, we are already immersed in the registration to begin teaching the Micro Operator Course, in September'', added the instructor of the Computing Club 3.
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