Philly KEYSPOTS are more than 70 publicly funded centers located throughout Philadelphia offering free computer classes, Internet access, 1-on-1 training and related events.
1207 Chestnut Street, 4th Floor Computer Lab
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Hours of Operation
The Center is open Monday through Friday, noon to 3:00 p.m.
For the locations and hours of other KEYSPOTS, go to www.phillykeyspots.org or call 311.
Who can use a KEYSPOT?
You! Free computer use, Internet access and training are offered to anyone and everyone.
What kinds of things will I learn at a KEYSPOT?
No matter your experience level, there is a KEYSPOT course for you. Our free training programs cover topics including computer basics, social networking, and Microsoft Office programs like Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Through weekly courses, 1-on-1 training and open Internet access, you will get the tools you need to succeed online.People of all ages use the Public Computer Center for education, personal research, job searching, and apartment hunting. Guidelines have been established to insure that those coming into the Center are able to take advantage of the opportunities provided
Internet use in the Public Computer Center is guided by UAC’s Internet policy.
Self-directed tutorials are also available.
For a schedule of classes available at UAC, contact Luis Oquendo at 215-851-1784 or email email@example.com
KEYSPOT/Freedom Rings Partnership was founded by a coalition of 80 organizations, led by the City of Philadelphia, Urban Affairs Coalition, and Drexel University, with federal stimulus funding.