The Hilton Head Island Computer Club Resource Center provides in person help for members regarding PCs, Macs, tablets, and smartphone issues, as well as providing shared use PCs and Macs. Training is also provided.
Our Resource Center Hours of Operation are Monday-Friday 10:00am to 4:00pm.
You may contact the Resource Center with any questions at (843) 842-4475.
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Resource Center Assistance Hours
Please note the following holiday closings:
The Resource Center will be closed from 1 – 4 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov 22nd and all day Thursday, Nov 23rd through Friday, Nov 24th.
The Resource Center will be closed from Monday, Dec 18th through Monday, Jan 1st.
The Resource Center will reopen Tuesday, Jan 2nd, at 10 a.m., ready to answer questions about your new devices!
|Monday||PC + Apple Mac/iPad/iPhone||PC|
|Tuesday||PC||PC + Android|
|Wednesday||PC + Apple iPad/iPhone||PC + Apple Mac/iPad/iPhone|
|Thursday||PC||PC + Apple Mac/iPad/iPhone|
|Friday||PC + Apple iPad/iPhone||PC|
Call for Volunteers
The Resource Center is the place to go or call when you have a PC, Mac, Tablet, or smartphone question or problem. Our volunteers do their very best to help members with their issues. But we need your help. Please consider adding your name to our Resource Center Substitute List. Our substitutes fill in for the Resource Center Volunteers when they can’t be there.
The Resource Center is open M-F, in two shifts, 10 AM-1 PM & 1-4 PM. You would be with a regular volunteer, helping members, and learning along the way. In addition, we have instituted a training session so that you’ll be able to “hit the ground running.”
If you are interested, even if you only have one day of the week when you might be available, please contact Linda Jackson for more details at Volunteer.Coordinator@HHICC.org
- For security reasons, you should not log-on to a Windows PC with your Admin User name. Instead, set up a User Account. Call the Resource Center for help at 843-842-4475 or come in.
- Never open attachments to emails unless you are sure what it is and who it is from. And be very careful about opening attachment with .exe, .zip, .html, or .dll at the end.