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Looking to bridge the digital divide by offering free and low cost digital literacy training for all ages. Mental health and emotional intelligence is incorporated by introducing brain anatomy with yarn and tying in the connections with computer science.

Diverse learning approaches for our diverse learners allows us to explore various learning approaches aka various ways to solve a problem.

Free and opensource platforms are used to expose digital learners to tools that help them navigate in the information age.

With community partners i also promote recycle reduce and reuse of technology and clothes. My ultimate goal is to get more technology in our homes so that more people can safely navigate in the Information Age!! If you are in the Philadelphia Pa. area and would like to get a free refurbished computer please complete this form!! For a free T-Mobile MiFi device/Hotspot, (you don't have to have an address) please contact:

Dial 2-1-1 to talk to a resource navigator, for language services please press 8. 1.800.846.8376

Beyond Literacy 215.426.7940

ExCite Center at Drexel University 267.217.3508

SEAMAAC 215.867.9732

if you are interested in free IT and Cybersecurity training please visit for more information!!

Temple University has a new library with a computer lab open to the community. You need to stop by the One Stop Assistance Desk in Charles Library and apply for their Community Computer library card to gain access to the computers and other resources like free print and scans!! is part of Temple University Institute on Disabilities and offer support for various lifestyles.

Philly Community Wireless is looking to make your community a free wi-fi hotspot, to learn more please visit

TLC has funding to provide FREE customized training or technical assistance on digital inclusion topics to organizations and community groups. Some examples of this work include: helping an organization to develop the curriculum for a specific digital literacy class, reviewing an organization’s current digital literacy programming to recommend improvements, or helping an organization develop the plan and expertise to support their client’s digital access needs. For more information, email

National Digital Inclusion


please visit for more open source and low cost resources!!