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    Programs that provide instruction for individuals of all ages who want to learn about or perfect their skills in operating, programming and/or utilizing computers and computer-related hardware for specific home and business applications including word processing, spreadsheet development, presentation development, database management, electronic publishing, image processing and Internet access. Included are introductory classes for people unfamiliar with computers and the Internet that help participants develop basic computer literacy skills and courses that focus on the knowledge and skills needed to use particular software applications or accomplish other computer-related tasks. Also included are programs that provide instruction in the use of related technology such as PDA's and smartphones; and those that help participants understand and take full advantage of Internet tools broadly known as "social media" that enable people to create and share on the Internet content which may include text, images, video, audio and multimedia communications or other emerging applications that can be accessed via the computer. Classes may focus on publishing tools such as blogs, video logs (vlogs), photo sharing, podcasting (audio stories broadcast from the Web or downloaded to a computer or portable media players) or wikis (collaboratively edited Web pages); or introduce participants to social media in general.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    AchieveAbility - Neighborhood Computer Learning CenterLocated near most ACHIEVEability homes, available seven days a week and has 20 networked computers and multimedia equipment. Also available are Young Explorers computers and workstations, which are specially designed for children aged three to seven years. Our staff and volunteers provide assessments, individual and group instruction on academic, computer and multimedia topics.PhiladelphiaAchieveAbilityAchieveAbility
    Adult Computer Classes - Osterhout Library Central WB - Luzerne County Library SystemThe Winter/Spring Series of ADULT COMPUTER CLASSES Course covers: Tour the Web: Overview & Safety Social Networking Shopping Online Travel Planning Finding, Keeping & Advancing in a Job Research: Find Reliable Information Banking & Government Sites & Tools Everyone Seems to Know Your Own Website (Wordpress, Tumblr) Anything Goes! Q&A SessionLuzerneOsterhout Free Library - Central BranchLuzerne County Library System
    Adult Education and Training CenterYWCA's Adult Education and Training Center is a full-service adult education program preparing people 17 and older to earn a PA Commonwealth Secondary School Diploma, brush up on basic education skills, or prepare for a job search. Adult learners can prepare to take the HiSET or GED high school equivalency tests. Recent immigrants can improve their proficiency in reading, writing, listening, and speaking in English.MontgomeryYWCA Education and Training Center - Montgomery - PottstownYWCA Tri-County Area
    African Cultural Alliance of North America - Computer Hardware ProgramACANA Computer Hardware Progra provides computer hardware training to 15 youths in computer repairs, computer assembly and computer networking.PhiladelphiaAfrican Cultural Alliance of North America, Inc. (ACANA) -Philadelphia; KingsessingAfrican Cultural Alliance of North America
    ASPIRA - Community Technology CenterCommunity Technology Center (CTC) provides computer classes for students and parents and is open to the public. Students and community member have access to desktop computer technology, word processing, desktop publishing , Internet and other applications.PhiladelphiaASPIRA, Inc. of Pennsylvania - Phladelphia; OlneyASPIRA of Pennsylvania
    Baptist Women's Center - Basic Computer SkillsBasic Computer Skills offers a five lesson course for seniors who want to learn basic and advanced skills of using a home computer.Philadelphia1428 W Poplar St Philadelphia, PA (Basic Computer Skills)Baptist Women's Center
    Benjamin H. Wilson Senior Community Center - Activities for SeniorsOffers fitness courses, arts and crafts workshops, board and card games, computer classes.BucksBenjamin H. Wilson Senior Community Center - Bucks; WarminsterBenjamin H. Wilson Senior Community Center
    Bethany Outreach Center - Computer/Employment/Budgeting ClassesCOMPUTER: Basic Microsoft skills JOB SEARCH AND RESUME BUILDING: One-on-one help with job search, resume/cover letter building and interviewing skills. HOME BUDGETING: One-on-one help with personal finances.ErieBethany Outreach CenterBethany Outreach Center
    Blue Bell Place - Watermark UniversityDoes the thought of an assisted living or memory care community conjure images of long days and rocking chairs? Well, you’ll never be bored at Blue Bell Place because we make sure everyone has the opportunity to learn (or teach) something new every day! We know that challenging our brains and getting in better physical shape has enormous benefits at every age, and can even slow the process of memory loss. That’s why, as part of Watermark Retirement Communities, we created Watermark University. Watermark University offers something for everyone, and then some. Our course catalog is filled with an array of innovative brain and body fitness courses ranging from Balance Class, Yoga, Walking Club to The Artist Within. Test your skills in The Wide World of Wii Sports or sharpen your computer and email skills. These are just a few examples of how Watermark University makes brain and body fitness fun!MontgomeryBlue Bell Place - Montgomery; Blue BellBlue Bell Place
    Blueprints - Computer Learning CentersComputer labs staffed by volunteers who provide technology education at its Waynesburg and Washington offices. Class offerings include computer basics, internet surfing and Microsoft Office Programs including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Publisher.WashingtonFamily Economic SuccessBlueprints
    Cambria Library Association Basic Computer LiteracyComputer and related technology classes.CambriaCambria Library Association Computer ClassesCambria Library Association
    Cardinal Bevilacqua Community Center - Adult EducationCBCC offers several educational programs and classes to help adults reach their educational, training, career and personal goals. Programs/Services Include: - GED classes (English and Spanish) - ESL (English as Second Language) - Intermediate computer classes - Computer basics (English and Spanish) - Homeownership classes - Financial literacy classes - Job skills trainingPhiladelphiaCardinal Bevilacqua Community Center - Philadelphia; KensingtonCardinal Bevilacqua Community Center
    Center for Innovative Training and Education - Word Processing/Secretarial ScienceProvides training in Microsoft Word, Excel, Data Entry, Typing, Business English, Math and job search assistance. Optional courses in Medical Terminology, Legal Terminology, Medical Coding/Billing and Internships are available. This program is 26 weeks in duration.PhiladelphiaCenter for Innovative Training and Education - Philadelphia; Center CityCenter for Innovative Training and Education
    Center for Literacy - Family LiteracyFamily Literacy Program focuses on integrating the education of parents and children. This program encourages parents to participate in and get excited about their own learning, which impacts their children’s attitude toward education. The Family Literacy Program has four components: - Adult Education: Adults in the Family Literacy Program who reach enrollment status will receive an average of 50 hours of instruction in adult education during the program year. The educational component instructs adults in basic reading, writing and math skills. GED test prep, job readiness and computer literacy are also part of the curriculum. - Parenting Education: Parents who reach enrollment status will also receive an average of 25 hours of parenting education instruction during the program year. - Interactive Literacy Activity: Families that reach enrollment status will participate in an average of 35 hours of interactive literacy instruction during the program year. The interactive literacy activity cultivates the stages of a child’s development. - Early Childhood Education: In each Family Literacy Program, pre-school children (ages 3-5) will participate in an average of 150 hours of early childhood instruction during the program year.PhiladelphiaCenter for Literacy, Inc. - Philadelphia; Old CityCenter for Literacy
    Cerebral Palsy Association - Computer Telecommunications ProjectThe Computer Telecommunications Project provides individuals with physical disabilities and their families with computers and training to allow them to use the internet and other community on-line services. Physically disabled adults living in their own homes who would like to communicate with others are provided an introduction to the computer and Internet as well as families of young children with disabilities who would like to network with other families with similar circumstances.Chester*Main Site (The Cerebral Palsy Association of Chester County)Cerebral Palsy Association of Chester County
    Chester County Library System - Computer ClassesComputer classes in Microsoft Office, including Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced levels in Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point. Also Adobe Photoshop Elements. One-on-one classes for entry level computer users.Chester*Main Site (Chester County Library System)Chester County Library System
    Chester County Library System - Computer Classes - Henrietta Hankin Branch LibraryComputer classes in Microsoft Office, including Introductory, Intermediate, and Advanced levels in Word, Excel, Access, and Power Point. Also Adobe Photoshop Elements. One-on-one classes for entry level computer users.ChesterHenrietta Hankin Branch LibraryChester County Library System
    Chester County Library System - Easttown LibraryThe Chester County Library System provides materials and information for life, work and pleasure. The libraries of the Chester County contribute to the quality of life by helping residents become thoughtful, educated and involved members of their communities. The vision for the Chester County Library System drives and supports its mission.ChesterEasttown LibraryChester County Library System
    Chester County Library System - Henrietta Hankin Branch LibraryThe Chester County Library System provides materials and information for life, work and pleasure. The libraries of the Chester County contribute to the quality of life by helping residents become thoughtful, educated and involved members of their communities. The vision for the Chester County Library System drives and supports its mission.ChesterHenrietta Hankin Branch LibraryChester County Library System
    Chester County Library System - Phoenixville LibraryThe Chester County Library System provides materials and information for life, work and pleasure. The libraries of the Chester County contribute to the quality of life by helping residents become thoughtful, educated and involved members of their communities. The vision for the Chester County Library System drives and supports its mission.ChesterPhoenixville LibraryChester County Library System
    Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry, Inc. - Computer Literacy ClassA series of classes designed to provide instructions on basic computer skills, Microsoft programs, money management programs and basic internet knowledge. Classes are held on Saturdays. Registration is required.DauphinChristian Recovery Aftercare Ministry, Inc.Christian Recovery Aftercare Ministry, Inc.
    Community CARES CyberspaceCYBERSPACE: computer lab addresses a technological need for our residents and the local community by providing free access to computers and internet in order to complete resumes and online job applications as well as take online courses and complete homework assignments. Monthly classes are provided to CARES clients such as housing preparation through the local housing authority, financial literacy through F & M bank, and employment preparedness proved by CARES volunteers.CumberlandCommunity CARES (Combined Area Resources for Emergency Shelter)Community CARES (Combined Area Resources For Emergency Shelter)
    Community Women's Education Project - Adult Education ProgramAdult Education Programs include the following: General Education Development (GED) classes taught on and off-site; English as a Second Language (ESL) classes; Low Literacy Adult Basic Education (ABE) classes The Adult Diploma Program, (ADP) alternative to the GED programs for participants seeking a high school diploma rather than a General Educational Development (GED); Move-Up, Intensive Literacy classes for welfare clients; Employment /Job readiness; Multi-level Computer Courses, for beginning and intermediate students.Philadelphia2801 Frankford Ave Philadelphia, PACommunity Women's Education Project
    Computer ClassClass is introduction to computers using Windows operating system.DauphinBrethren Community MinistriesBrethren Community Ministries
    Computer classesThe computer lab offers classes on computing skills beginning from the lowest-level foundations, progressing into more specialized classes on using specific programs for specific purposes. The goal of our classes is to know not only how to operate a mouse and how to "get onto the Internet," but also how to be productive with a computer and learn some helpful tools that some computer users are not aware of about how the computer functions. Visit http://www.mc-npl.org/ComputerLab/IndexLab.html#classcalendar for details on classes offered including schedule and cost.Montgomery County-Norristown Public Library - Montgomery; NorristownMontgomery County-Norristown Public Library
    Computer classesThe computer lab offers classes on computing skills beginning from the lowest-level foundations, progressing into more specialized classes on using specific programs for specific purposes. The goal of our classes is to know not only how to operate a mouse and how to "get onto the Internet," but also how to be productive with a computer and learn some helpful tools that some computer users are not aware of about how the computer functions. Visit http://www.mc-npl.org/ComputerLab/IndexLab.html#classcalendar for details on classes offered including schedule and cost.Upper Perkiomen Valley LibraryMontgomery County-Norristown Public Library
    Computer Software Training - Central Susquehanna Intermediate UnitOffers training for its many software packages, including financial, student, and tax applications so agency staff can better utilize important features. Beginner and advanced level classes are often available, as well as training that covers time-critical functions, such as end-of-year processes and reports. Depending on specific training content, training may be tailored as a half- or full-day session or as a webinar, allowing participants to get their training from an Internet-connected PC without leaving the office.NorthumberlandCentral Susquehanna Intermediate UnitCentral Susquehanna Intermediate Unit
    Computer Training - The Arc of Luzerne CountyThe CRC provides a place to educate parents, families, and the community about issues of mental retardation. Computer training is available in the CRC to help people with MR and related disabilities develop computer skills based on their unique individual needs.LuzerneCommunity Resource Center - The Arc of Luzerne CountyThe Arc of Luzerne County
    Congreso de Latinos Unidos - KeyspotCongreso provides free, public access to computers and the Internet at our 2800 N. American St. building. This location is a member of the Philadelphia Keyspot programs. Each computer has office productivity software for school and work as well as browsing software for accessing the Internet. Participants have use of computers, printers, and internet – no charge. Users can print up to 5 black and white pages daily. Open to all community members, on a walk in basis, no appointment required. PhiladelphiaEducation and Training CenterCongreso de Latinos Unidos
    Downingtown Area Senior Center - Computer and Technology ClassesActivities and programs include classes, clubs, a chorus, exercise programs, games, dances, free income tax preparation, assistance with property tax/rent rebate, insurance information, and information and referral.Chester*Main Site (Downingtown Area Senior Center)Downingtown Area Senior Center
    Dress for Success South Central PA Satellite Computer LabFree computer training program targeting Dress for Success clients that have not had computer training. 12 hour program, 6 sessions in 2 weeks. Clients are provided with a certificate after passing a competency test.DauphinDress for Success South Central PA and Tied to SuccessSuits to Careers, Inc.
    East Stroudsburg Area School District - Community Technology OutreachCommunity Technology Outreach services are provided by the eTeam, a group of technology-savvy high school students. The students host a series of hands-on workshops open free-of-charge to all Monroe Co. adults. Provides a service learning opportunity for adult learners by hosting monthly workshops on common technologies from social media applications and email, to hardware, digital streaming, and cloud storage. In addition to the workshops, eTeam students also offer one-to-one sessions for individualized assistance, encouraging participants to bring their personal devices, moving them toward a better understanding of the tools they own and use. MonroeEast Stroudsburg Area School DistrictEast Stroudsburg Area School District
    Families Forward Philadelphia - Transitional HousingTransitional Housing moves families toward self-sufficiency by providing a variety of programs and workshops. Programs available include: - Health and Nutrition - Driver's Education - Parenting Skills - GED Preparation - Life Skills (such as stress management, communication skills, and conflict resolution) - Money Management - Home Maintenance - Computer Training Workshops provide information on: -Careers - Work Ethics - Resume Writing - Computer Applications - Interviewing Skills - Dressing for Success - Job Training - Employment ResourcesPhiladelphiaFamilies Forward Philadelphia - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaFamilies Forward Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAPThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaFree Library of Philadelphia - Philadelphia; Logan Square 19th and VineFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Andorra BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaAndorra BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Blanche A. Nixon-Cobbs BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaBlanche A. Nixon-Cobbs BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Bushrod BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaBushrod BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Bustleton BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaBustleton BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Cecil B. Moore BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaCecil B. Moore BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Charles Durham BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaCharles Durham BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Charles Santore BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaCharles Santore BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Chestnut Hill BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaChestnut Hill BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - David Cohen Ogontz BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaDavid Cohen Ogontz BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Eastwick BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaEastwick BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Falls of Schuylkill BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaFalls of Schuylkill BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Fishtown Community BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaFishtown Community BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Fox Chase BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaFox Chase BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Frankford BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaFrankford BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Fumo Family BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaFumo Family BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Greater Olney BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaGreater Olney BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Haddington BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaHaddington BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Haverford BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaHaverford BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Holmesburg BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaHolmesburg BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Independence BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaIndependence BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Joseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaJoseph E. Coleman Northwest Regional BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Katherine Drexel BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaKatherine Drexel BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Kensington BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaKensington BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Kingsessing BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaKingsessing BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Lawncrest BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaLawncrest BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Library for the Blind and Physically DisabledThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaLibrary for the Blind and Physically DisabledFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Lillian Marrero BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaLillian Marrero BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Logan BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaLogan BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Lovett Memorial BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaLovett Memorial BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Lucien E. Blackwell West Philadelphia Regional BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaLucien E. Blackwell West Philadelphia Regional BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - McPherson BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaMcPherson BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Nicetown-Tioga BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaNicetown-Tioga BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Northeast Regional BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaNortheast Regional BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Oak Lane BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaOak Lane BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Overbrook Park BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaOverbrook Park BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Paschalville BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaPaschalville BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Philadelphia City InstituteThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia City InstituteFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Queen Memorial BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaQueen Memorial BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Ramonita De Rodriguez BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaRamonita De Rodriguez BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Richmond BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaRichmond BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Roxborough BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaRoxborough BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - South Philadelphia BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaSouth Philadelphia BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Tacony BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaTacony BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Thomas F. Donatucci, Sr. BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaThomas F. Donatucci, Sr. BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Torresdale BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaTorresdale BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Wadsworth BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaWadsworth BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Walnut Street West BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaWalnut Street West BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Welsh Road BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaWelsh Road BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - West Oak Lane BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaWest Oak Lane BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Whitman BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaWhitman BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Widener BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaWidener BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Wynnefield BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaWynnefield BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Free Library of Philadelphia - Project LEAP - Wyoming BranchThe LEAP After-School Program provides homework assistance, computer literacy, library skills, and multicultural enrichment activities for school-age students in grades 1-12. LEAP is in operation after school on weekdays from September through June at all Free Library locations. It's an open drop-in program, so no registration is necessary.PhiladelphiaWyoming BranchFree Library of Philadelphia
    Garfield Jubilee Association Information Technology ProgramBusiness technology is provided to youth ages 18-21 in Microsoft Office software, with an introduction to computers, internet and e-mail, general office procedures, business correspondence, customer service, office communications, and QuickBooks.AlleghenyGarfield Jubilee Association Information Technology ProgramGarfield Jubilee Association
    Greater Harleysville and North Penn Senior Services (GHNPSS) - Enrichment - Encore ExperiencesEnrichment at GHNPSS includes programs to encourage enrichment and education at Encore Experiences in Harleysville and The PEAK Center in Lansdale. Some enrichment programs may include: -Day & Extended Trips -Cultural Programming -Computer Classes -Driver Safety Classes -Educational Lectures MontgomeryGreater Harleysville and North Penn Senior Services - Encore Experiences at HarleysvilleGreater Harleysville and North Penn Senior Services (GHNPSS)
    Greater Harleysville and North Penn Senior Services (GHNPSS) - Enrichment - PEAK CenterEnrichment at GHNPSS includes programs to encourage enrichment and education at Encore Experiences in Harleysville and The PEAK Center in Lansdale. Some enrichment programs may include: -Day & Extended Trips -Cultural Programming -Computer Classes -Driver Safety Classes -Educational LecturesMontgomeryGreater Harleysville and North Penn Senior Services - The PEAK Center in LansdaleGreater Harleysville and North Penn Senior Services (GHNPSS)
    Hope Partnership for Education - Adult Education ProgramHope Partnership Adult Education offerings include GED and Adult Basic Literacy courses, as well as introductory computer and ESL. These offerings are available to Hope family members and people in the neighborhood surrounding Hope Partnership. Monthly family education sessions focus on areas such as helping children succeed in math, reading, and other academic areas and workshops identified by the participants, such as parenting and health related issues. PhiladelphiaHope Partnership for Education - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaHope Partnership for Education
    Hope Station Opportunity Area - H.I.R.E. (Helping Individuals Retain Employment) PlusH.I.R.E. Plus helps individuals improve employment options with instruction regarding employment retention, personal marketing and building basic computer skills needed to acquire or maintain jobs of interest. 6 week Employment Skills Course, Monday - Thursday 9:00 am - Noon beginning February 6, 2012 Course Topics include: Job Interview secrets, Cover Letters, Advice on Job Applications, Computer Program Proficiency, Hardware setup, Internet browsing & email accounts, Windows Software Installation and Instruction for Microsoft programsCumberlandHope Station Opportunity AreaHope Station Opportunity Area
    House of GraceThe focus of this Christ-centered support group for women is self-sufficiency and spiritual growth; learned in a warm environment. Life skills education and mentoring are available. Goals are to develop wholeness in women so they may become the persons God created them to be in all aspects of life; and to equip women for service to others. (This is not a residential program) Life skills education utilizes primarily a "hands on" approach and is one-on-one whenever possible. Skills include, are but not limited to: * Cooking & Nutrition * Sewing & Knitting * Crafts * Parenting * Cleaning * Basic Computer For those interested, also offered: * Bible Study * Prayer Groups * Discipleship Class * Spiritual Growth Class * One on One Mentoring Other programming includes, but is not limited to: * Developing Communication Skills * Building Relationships * Managing Stress * Various Home Safety and Health ClassesFranklinHouse of GraceHouse of Grace
    IHM Family Literacy Center - Family Literacy CenterOffers ESL, computer, citizebship and literacy classes focused on Spanish speakers. Program is for children and their parents. Preschool is available for mothers enrolled in the program. Please call for more details.ChesterIHM FAMILY LITERACY CENTERIHM Family Literacy Center
    Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Center for Literacy - Literacy and GED ProgramsThe Literacy Center offers instruction in English as a second language and high school equivalency (GED) programs as well as it encourages computer literacy. Learners of all faiths and nationalities, at all stages of English acquisition, are welcome at the Center. Sister an dlay volunteers serve a diverse community of adult immigrant learners from dozens of countries in small classes from beginning to advanced levels.PhiladelphiaImmaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Center for Literacy St. Bernard ​Site - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaImmaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Center for Literacy
    Immaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Center for Literacy - Literacy and GED Programs - St. Francis de SalesThe Literacy Center offers instruction in English as a second language and high school equivalency (GED) programs as well as it encourages computer literacy. Learners of all faiths and nationalities, at all stages of English acquisition, are welcome at the Center. Sister an dlay volunteers serve a diverse community of adult immigrant learners from dozens of countries in small classes from beginning to advanced levels.PhiladelphiaImmaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Center for Literacy St. Francis de Sales Site - Philadelphia; Southwest PhiladelphiaImmaculate Heart of Mary (IHM) Center for Literacy
    Inner City Missions - Cora Women's CenterOffers women programs and services such as: - Material needs (clothing, feminine products); - Monthly classes (literacy, computer training, budgeting, health) - Weekly support groups and Christian mentoring; - Connecting women with resources in the community; - Scholarship fund for transportation for programs out of the cityPhiladelphiaCast Your Cares - Philadelphia; KensingtonInner City Missions
    James V. Brown Library - Susquehanna SeniorNet - Computer Education for SeniorsVolunteers conduct classes aimed at beginning computing seniors.LycomingLycoming County Library System - James V Brown LibraryLycoming County Library System
    John Hall Boys & Girls Club - Vocational EducationEducational instruction with photography, cooking, printing, computers, ceramics, arts and crafts, and woodshop.DauphinJohn Hall Boys & Girls ClubBoys & Girls Club of Harrisburg
    Kennett Area Senior Center - Computer ClassesThe Senior Center offers those 55 years of age and older information and assistance, insurance counseling, free tax preparation, property tax and rent rebate assistance, educational programs, fitness and wellness programs, and recreational programs.ChesterKENNETT AREA SENIOR CENTERKennett Area Senior Center
    Lawrence County Community Action Partnership - SSVF Housing and Employment ServicesThe Lawrence County Community Action Partnership's SSVF Employment Services provides veterans and their families assistance with:
    • Employment Opportunities
    • Legal Services
    • Resume Building
    • Cover Letter Writing
    • Job Searching
    • Applications
    • Microsoft Office
    • Other Computer Skills
    LawrenceLawrence County Community Action Partnership - Emergency & Community ServicesLawrence County Community Action Partnership
    Les Petits Cherubs - Computer Education - AudubonProvides education about basic computer knowledge, including mouse and keyboard skills. Based on each individual child's skill level, age appropriate educational games will also be provided for each child on a daily basis.MontgomeryAudubon Campus (Les Petits Cherubs, Ltd)Les Petits Cherubs, Ltd
    Les Petits Cherubs - Computer Education - CathedralProvides education about basic computer knowledge, including mouse and keyboard skills. Based on each individual child's skill level, age appropriate educational games will also be provided for each child on a daily basis.PhiladelphiaCathedral Campus (Les Petits Cherubs, Ltd)Les Petits Cherubs, Ltd
    Les Petits Cherubs - Computer Education - East FallsProvides education about basic computer knowledge, including mouse and keyboard skills. Based on each individual child's skill level, age appropriate educational games will also be provided for each child on a daily basis.PhiladelphiaLes Petits Cherubs, Ltd - Philadelphia; East FallsLes Petits Cherubs, Ltd
    Les Petits Cherubs - Computer Education - RidgeProvides education about basic computer knowledge, including mouse and keyboard skills. Based on each individual child's skill level, age appropriate educational games will also be provided for each child on a daily basis.PhiladelphiaRidge Campus (Les Petits Cherubs, Ltd)Les Petits Cherubs, Ltd
    Library Services - Marian Sutherland Kirby Library - Mountaintop - Luzerne County Library SystemPublic Library. In addition to the latest new releases and best sellers, the library also carries a great selection of movies and documentaries on DVD as well as CD Books and magazines. eBooks are now available to anyone with a library card through the library website at www.kirbylib.org. Adult book Club. Teen Reading room and Teen Book Club. Children's Story time. Library staff now provides free, scheduled one-on-one computer training sessions with patrons age 50 and up. Kirby Cafe open to enjoy coffee/tea/hot cocoa Kcups ($1.50) while ready daily newspapers or latest issue of favorite magazine.LuzerneMarian Sutherland Kirby LibraryLuzerne County Library System
    Library Services - Pittston Memorial Library - Luzerne County Library SystemPublic Library. Adult, Teen and Children's book clubs. Children's story time. Computer access. Computer classes. LuzernePittston Memorial LibraryLuzerne County Library System
    Mental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main Facility - Second Chance ComputersA five week (30 hour) course in basic computer use for adult mental health consumers who qualify. Upon graduation the participants receive a donated used laptop.ErieMental Health Association of NWPA - Erie Main FacilityMental Health Association of NWPA
    Metropolitan Career Center Computer Technology Institute - Computer TechnologyCTI offers technical support training in Philadelphia. Programs include: Computer Technology - Computer Support Specialist Program Computer Technology - Software Program Computer Technology - Web Design Program PhiladelphiaMetropolitan Career Center Computer Technology Institute - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaMetropolitan Career Center Computer Technology Institute
    Montgomery County Association for the Blind - Computer Access TrainingOne-on-one instruction on the use of computers. Our technology department is equipped with the latest equipment and software necessary for teaching a person who is blind or visually impaired, including screen magnification, screen reading and text scanning software. Teaching includes: using adaptive software and equipment, the Internet and E-mail, and Microsoft Office. Computer knowledge is vital for developing employment skills and increased independence.MontgomeryMontgomery County Association for the Blind - Montgomery; NorristownMontgomery County Association for the Blind
    Montgomery County Community Action Development Commission (CADCOM) - Fatherhood Initiative ProgramProvides assistance in the following areas: - Transitioning from incarceration to community - Bi-weekly meetings/workshops - Job Training - General office skills (for example: Word, Excel, the Internet, Email, etc.) - Interviewing skills - Resume Building - Dress For SuccessMontgomeryMontgomery County Community Action Development Commission (CADCOM) - Montogomery; NorristownMontgomery County Community Action Development Commission (CADCOM)
    Montgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center - Computer Literacy ProgramWe offer a basic and intermediate course for participants to increase their knowledge of computers through a hands on training course. Weekly classes are held at the facility and special senior classes are rates are offered as well.MontgomeryMontgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center - Montogmery; NorristownMontgomery County Opportunities Industrialization Center
    Montgomery County Senior Adult Activities Center (MONTCO SAAC) - Learning, Recreation, and Services for People Age 50+ - AmblerThe Centers of Montco SAAC are busy places, offering a wide variety of programs to meet your needs as an active, senior adult aged 50 or better. Our comprehensive programs include everything from computer labs and a variety of recreational and exercise activities, arts and crafts to making social connections.MontgomeryAmbler SAACMontgomery County Senior Adult Activities Center (MONTCO SAAC)
    Montgomery County Senior Adult Activities Center (MONTCO SAAC) - Learning, Recreation, and Services for People Age 50+ - NorristownThe Centers of Montco SAAC are busy places, offering a wide variety of programs to meet your needs as an active, senior adult aged 50 or better. Our comprehensive programs include everything from computer labs and a variety of recreational and exercise activities, arts and crafts to making social connections.MontgomeryMontgomery County Senior Adult Activities Center (MONTCO SAAC) - Montgomery; NorristownMontgomery County Senior Adult Activities Center (MONTCO SAAC)
    New Wave Resources - IT TrainingsProvides training programs on computer recovery and troubleshooting, business software applications, network installation and troubleshooting, network design and administration, database development, database administration, computer programming, Web design and development, and other related IT training areas.PhiladelphiaNew Wave Resources - Philadelphia; Center CityNew Wave Resources
    Old Pine Community Center - Adult Educational ProgramsAdult Education Program: The Adult Education Program offers one-on-one tutoring for adult learners who are interested in the following areas: Math, writing, and reading practice (All levels welcome) GED preparation (Math, Reading, Writing, Social Studies, Science) English as a Second Language (Conversational English and Reading and Writing) Computer skills (Word, Excel, Internet Explorer, PowerPoint) PhiladelphiaOld Pine Community Center - Philadelphia; Society HillOld Pine Community Center
    PA CareerLink - Northumberland/Snyder/Union Counties-WorkshopsFor a workshop schedule please check Events listed here. or call 570-988-7300. Workshops topics include job search related topics, personal assessments, and soft skill development.NorthumberlandPA CareerLink - Northumberland/Snyder/Union CountiesPA CareerLink
    Philadelphia Area Computer Society - MeetingsProvides a forum where computer users can meet to share their experiences, learn more about their computers and applications, and help solve each other's problems. Meetings take place in a Giant Food Store community center.MontgomeryPhiladelphia Area Computer Society - Montgomery; SoudertonPhiladelphia Area Computer Society
    Philadelphia Veterans Multi-Service and Education CenterPVMSEC's services include: - The Perimeter - A day service center for homeless veterans providing meals, showers, haircuts, and laundry facilities. LZII - A 95 bed transitional housing facility for homeless male veterans. - Mary E. Walker House - A 30 bed transitional housing facility for homeless female veterans. Subsidized HUD/OSH Permanent Housing - 40 Units provided for homeless Veterans. - Community Based Outreach Clinic (CBOC) - Present daily at PVMSEC's onsite CBOC is a mental health team, which includes a Psychiatrist, Psychologist, Registered Nurse, Social Worker, and Individual and group PTSD counseling. On regularly scheduled days, medical assessments, with appropriate treatment, medical prescriptions, as well as primary care services are provided to the veterans. - Computer Applications Training - A comprehensive computer class teaching veterans Microsoft Office, internet, and Email. - Computer Repair Training - An intense course preparing veterans to become A+ certified (an entry level certification for information technology positions). - Job Development/Case Management - Dedicated to finding veterans employment. Interview techniques, resume assistance, job search, financial and household budget skills, and life skills workshops are provided. - Veteran Benefits Counseling - A Veteran Service Officer is available to those veterans filing claims with the VA. The claims are hand delivered to the VA Regional Office and the Veteran Service Officer is able to monitor the progress of the claims with access to the VA computer system.ChesterOperating Base CeciliaPhiladelphia Veterans Multi-Service and Education Center
    Philly311 - KeyspotList of Philadelphia services offering free computer and internet access, as well as programs training people to use that technology.PhiladelphiaPhilly311 - Philadelphia; Center CityPhilly311
    Pittsburgh Disability Employment Project for FreedomPittsburgh Disability Employment Project for Freedom provides a business directed training resulting in competitive employment for people with disabilities. Project for Freedom is a 10-week training program followed by a 2-week job shadow/internship experience. The training is focused on beginner to intermediate level computer skills, call center support, job search and professional skills. Students are evaluated for employment opportunities based on both hard skills related to their potential profession and soft skills such as communication, interpersonal skills, work ethic, and leadership. The purpose of this program is placement in unsupported competitive employment. Goals include:
    • Learn valuable customer service skills (NO collections/telemarketing), Windows 7, Microsoft Office, computer security and more.
    • Develop soft skills for workplace success: critical thinking, problem solving, communication, attitude, teamwork and ethics.
    • Gain job hunting skills, develop a resume, polish interviewing and public speaking skills.
    • Discuss employment goals and opportunities, and meet with our corporate partners for possible recruitment.
    AlleghenyPittsburgh Disability Employment Project for FreedomVolunteers of America of Pennsylvania - Sharpsburg
    Priestly-Forsythe Memorial Library - Computer Lab/ClassesComputer lab available for public use. Also, computer classes are offered. Topics include Basic Computer Functions, Using the Internet, Microsoft Word and Excel, Establishing Email, and Social Media Account.NorthumberlandPriestly-Forsythe Memorial Library - Adult ServicesPriestly-Forsythe Memorial Library
    Rockin' Rodney Moore's Fight to Learn - Youth Educational ProgramsThe Fight to Learn Program exists to give 5 to 12 year old boys and girls from low and moderate-income backgrounds the opportunity to improve their literacy skills, computer skills and social skills in a totally supportive background-under adult supervision. There is one adult staff person for every five participants. Our goal is to prepare the youth-many of whom come from dysfunctional families-for future success as citizens and parents. It is all too common to see young people with promise not develop their intellectual and social skills while falling victim to illiteracy, drug addiction, homelessness and/or incarceration. Fight to Learn's goal is the preparation of at-risk youth for productive adult roles and responsibilities. This is important for the youth themselves, for their families and for our community.PhiladelphiaFight to Learn After School Program - Philadelphia; Northeast PhiladelphiaRockin' Rodney Moore's Fight to Learn
    Surrey Services for Seniors - Computer ClassesComputer Center where members can learn basic and advanced skills from word processing to web surfing, and more.Chester*Main Site (SURREY SERVICES FOR SENIORS, INC.)Surrey Services for Seniors
    Temple University - Summer Education Camp - AmblerSummer Education Camp provides opportunity for children to learn about a specific area of interest, experience a college campus, and have fun. The camps are a fun-filled approach to academic subjects in a small group setting. Programs available include: - Web Site Design - Fun with Math - Science and Computers - Kids on Stage - Creative Arts and Writing - Robotics - Detective ScienceMontgomeryTemple University Ambler - Montgomery; AmblerTemple University Ambler
    To Our Children's Future with Health - Supplemental Educational ServicesComputer-based tutorials are provided using research-based courseware from the Plato Learning Network, a company with a 40-year history of providing academic tools to schools and community organizations.PhiladelphiaTo Our Children's Future with Health - Philadelphia; West PhiladelphiaTo Our Children's Future with Health
    Wayne Senior Center - Computer ClassesOffers a variety of computer and technology classes for seniors.DelawareWayne Senior Center - Delaware; WayneWayne Senior Center
    West Chester Area Senior Center - Computer and Technology ProgramsComputer and Technology Programs provide "Q&A" sessions for a wide range of computer topics. Beginner through advanced levels and an iPad Club. One-on-one instruction is also available for a fee and by appointment.Chester*Main Site (West Chester Area Senior Center)West Chester Area Senior Center
    Workshops - PA CareerLink LycomingProvides workshops designed to increase clients' employability, including: resume assistance, interviewing skills, financial assistance for education and basic computer skills.LycomingPA CareerLink - Lycoming CountyPA CareerLink
    YESPhilly - EducationYESPhilly has math, literacy, and technology literacy classes, and helps students gain the skills they need to pass the GED test, succeed in college and be confident and competent lifelong learners. Classes are small and are designed so students can work at their “right” instructional level and get the individual attention they need. YESPhilly classes are varied, and include hands-on and group activities with materials that make learning fun, relevant and effective. Are you ready for the YESPhilly program? - Are you ready to work hard to move forward in your life? - Are you ready to study for your GED test? - Are you ready to get connected to jobs and/or college? PhiladelphiaYouth Empowerment Services - Philadelphia; North PhiladelphiaYESPhilly
    YMCA Homewood-Brushton - Pittsburgh CONNECTSFree community computer lab and learning center. Offers Pittsburgh residents the use of laptop computers and wireless Internet service at no charge. The lab also schedules a full range of regular weekly sessions on budget counseling, health information and email skills. Each month, changing special events address topics like introductory computer skills and using Microsoft office software.AlleghenyYMCA of Greater Pittsburgh - Homewood Brushton BranchYMCA of Greater Pittsburgh
    YWCA Greater Harrisburg - Community Education ProgramsChildcare Center, literacy and technology trainging for teachers, computer classes for adults and girls, college classes, GED and ESL classes.DauphinYWCA Greater HarrisburgYWCA Greater Harrisburg
    YWCA of Bethlehem - TechgyrlsTechgyrls is an after school program that gives girls in elementary and middle school the opportunity to experiment with graphic arts, web design, animation, and robotics in a mentoring environment. Offered through schools. NorthamptonYWCA of BethlehemYWCA of Bethlehem
    YWCA Westmoreland County Computer Training ClassesOffers training, support and classes for those seeking to learn new technology skills or improve upon their technology skills.WestmorelandYWCA Westmoreland CountyYWCA Westmoreland County

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