The KEYSPOT Network is a program managed by The Mayor's Commission on Literacy, on behalf of the City of Philadelphia in partnership with Drexel University. KEYSPOTS represents a citywide coalition of community-based groups committed to bringing Internet access, training, and technology to all Philadelphia communities.
Interested in joining the KEYSPOT Network?
Qualified organizations with existing computer centers are invited to join the KEYSPOT Network, a robust group of digital access locations throughout the City of Philadelphia. While there is currently no grant funding available, organizations can join the network and receive the following in-kind and promotional benefits:
- Advertising: Receive marketing and promotional support through inclusion on Phillykeyspots.org, the Philly311 Mobile App, printed materials, and social media.
- Professional Development Opportunities & Support: Attend quarterly All-Network meetings and receive access to training events across the city.
- Group Fundraising: Be eligible for KEYSPOT network funding opportunities if and when they should become available.
- Access to Research/Data: Participate in quarterly All-Network data collection, with the opportunity to be counted in KEYSPOT data that is reported to the Mayor, City Council, and others across the city.
In order to maintain consistency among network sites, members of the KEYSPOT network are required to meet the following technical and programmatic requirements.
Interested in becoming a KEYSPOT? Apply Now and you will hear from a member of the KEYSPOT Coordinating Committee within one week. Organizations that meet the basic requirements for participation will be asked to setup a site visit to determine eligibility.