Membership is open to IBM employees, retirees, and family members who are served by the San Jose IBM Club.
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If you need to update your home address or other membership data, send an e-mail message to our membership chairman at email@example.com.
For more information about membership, send an e-mail message to our membership chairman at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The San Jose IBM PC Club meets at 5:00 p.m. at the Silicon Valley Lab (formerly Santa Teresa Lab) on the second Tuesday of each month, and the meeting lasts about two hours. The meetings include an information exchange to give members a chance to ask PC questions and receive responses which may help solve problems that members are having with their PC. The business portion of the meeting includes a description of what the Board is doing to improve the Club functions, a financial report on the Club's income and expenses, a Technical Support update on the Club's server as well as other technical information, and a description of the topics that will be presented at future meetings. The rest of the evening is turned over to a speaker to present a topic on software or hardware that is of general interest, and time is allowed for members to ask questions.
Since the meetings are open to non members, you are welcome
to come as a guest to see if this is a Club that you would be
interested in joining. Our members range in experience from
novice to highly proficient, so no matter what your skill level,
you will be welcome. Our Club is a good place to improve
your PC skills and get updated on new PC software and hardware.