New KEYSPOT Locations in North Philadelphia

Welcome our newest KEYSPOTs!

Please join us in welcoming three new KEYSPOTs to our network of community-based computing centers! KEYSPOT is a network of public, private, and nonprofit organizations that provide technology, training, and other opportunities through more than 50 labs. KEYSPOTs are free to use and are conveniently located in all regions of Philadelphia. Many KEYSPOT locations also offer digital literacy and job skills trainings.

  • Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha – Community & Economic Development Office
    600 W. Diamond Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
  • Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha – Community Room at Paseo Verde
    1950 N. 9th Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19122
  • Project HOME – Honickman Learning Center
    1936 N Judson Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19121

Asociación Puertorriqueños en Marcha provides a broad network of social services throughout North Philadelphia. Since APM was founded in 1970, the organization has provided behavioral health, affordable housing options, support services for families, day care services and more to the Latino community in Philadelphia.

Project HOME is a nationally recognized leader in comprehensive and effective programming for persons experiencing chronic homelessness. Project HOME’s Honickman Learning Center opened in 2004 with the latest technology for educational and job readiness programming for low-income populations in North Philadelphia.

City residents can visit their local KEYSPOT for unlimited use of computers to create resumes, search for jobs, learn a new computer skill, check their email, or even use social media or play a game online. KEYSPOT also offers the help of onsite support staff to provide hands-on instruction for clients with a range of computer skills. The KEYSPOT network has had a wide impact for City of Philadelphia residents. Between the years 2011 and 2016:

  • KEYSPOT welcomed 690,753 visits at public access computing centers across Philadelphia
  • KEYSPOT sites provided 277,403 hours of digital literacy and job readiness training to visitors;and was available to the public for more than 105,143 open access hours.

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