Commputer Access

The Public Library is a great place to go for access to a computer in addition to computer classes and other great resources.  So visit your library today.

KEYSPOT - Visit the website for a full list of resources and assistance with employment, ex-offender assistance, education, training, and a host of Public services.  

What is KEYSPOT?
In the digital age, a computer and Internet access is a necessity, yet 41% of Philadelphians do not have access. Formed to tackle this problem, KEYSPOT represents a citywide coalition of community-based groups committed to bringing Internet access, training and technology to all Philadelphia communities. The KEYSPOT Network is managed by The Mayor's Commission on Literacy, on behalf of the City of Philadelphia in partnership with Drexel University.
Who is it for?
You! Free computer use, Internet access and training are offered to anyone and everyone!
When can I start?
Anytime! KEYSPOTS and Training Programs started popping up around town in the Summer of 2011 and are still running today.
Where can I find a location?
Trainings are offered at more than 70 KEYSPOTS, primarily in North, South and West Philadelphia neighborhoods. Use the KEYSPOT Finder to locate training near you.
How can I find out more?
Call 311 to help find the nearest KEYSPOT location. Make sure to join our mailing list to receive emails about upcoming events and offerings.

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