Membership Information

The Prescott Computer Society has a current membership of about 140. Our members generally live in Prescott and Prescott Valley, Arizona as well as the surrounding areas of Yavapai County.

Benefits of Membership

Attendance at our meetings
We hold several meetings each month on a variety of different computer topics according to the schedule on our Home page.

Access to the Members Only section of the website
This area contains recent back issues of the PCS weekly email newsletter, membership list and the Presentations and Articles database. The latter allows you to download meeting handouts, the presenter's notes in PDF format and computer-related articles written by PCS members.

Upcoming meeting notification
The weekly email newsletter contains up-to-the-minute information regarding meeting presenters and their topics.

Weekly email newsletter
This newsletter, sent out every Monday morning, contains computer Tips 'n' Tricks, schedule changes and club news items.

Dues

Dues are only $24 per year per household and are used for the purchase of computer equipment, meeting room expenses and picnic supplies. During this economic climate, the PCS Board of Directors has tried to be as frugal as possible. We have encouraged ourselves as well as our members to use free software. In 2010 the Board set the annual dues at $24, a twenty percent reduction from the previous year.

How to Join

All you need to do to join PCS is to mail in a membership application form and your dues. The form includes a pro-rated dues chart as well as mailing information.

Download Membership Application

Additional Information

Our handout brochure is available here in PDF format. The brochure includes additional information about PCS.

Additional membership information may be obtained by contacting our Membership Chair, Murray Smolens.

Contact Murray

9/23/2017 - Saturday - 1:10-2:50 PM
Special Topics - Prescott Public Library - Founders Suite A & B

JB will discuss ransomware, Bitcoins and the recent Equifax security breach as well as what you can do about it.
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