Volunteer At Your Local KEYSPOT

May 22, 2013


Do you have solid computer skills? Are you savvy with social media? KEYSPOTS need you. 

Lend a helping hand to those that are at a technological disadvantage. KEYSPOT volunteers provide members of the community with tools to be successful in advancing their education and career. Volunteers teach weekly workshops on software programs such as Microsoft Office and resume building.  Volunteers work with individuals at all different levels of knowledge and help them improve their skills to reach a mastery level.

KEYSPOTS are publicly funded sites led by UAC, the City of Philadelphia, Drexel University, and over 50 partner organizations. They are located throughout the Philadelphia area offering free computer classes and one-on-one training. Powered by the Freedom Rings Partnership, this service aims to eliminate the digital divide and promote digital literacy in underserved communities. With 80 KEYSPOTS throughout the city, their volunteers have provided over 197,000 hours of training to over 20,000 participants. As a result of KEYSPOTS, 280,000 residents have had free access to the internet. 

Empower someone with the skills to succeed by helping them get connected today.

Watch their video here. To become a volunteer visit www.phillykeyspots.org