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Save lives and help healthcare workers! Be a face shield volunteer!

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We are in need of face shield production volunteers who want to help healthcare workers!

We are currently 3D-printing and assembling reusable face shields during the pandemic, that keep clear, in the efforts to help essential workers in skilled nursing facilities, clinics, hospice care, home health teams, school districts, and in public service non-profits and government. This piece of equipment has been standard for healthcare workers, to prevent the spread of the virus within hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and now,---some educators of young children as well as at opening school districts----- all of whom cannot use physical distance to do their work.
To date, PVNet has already given 7000+ face shields to essential workers at:

  • 15+ hospitals
  • 45 skilled nursing facilities
  • The Navajo Nation (in partnership with SHEworldhealth.org)
  • COVID-19 testing clinics, medical centers, police departments and first responders throughout LA County.
Our goal is to make more for at least 20 more skilled nursing facilities across Southern California.. ---many of whom are now, designated to help with COVID-19 outpatient recovery. We also hope to help and hospice teams, small clinics, 5 school districts, and hopefully 15,000 people in public service by the end of the our project, with your help!

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Mission Statement

PVNet’s objective is to bring the latest technology and technological trends to one place, allowing students to take classes and obtain future-oriented skills that will help culminate the student’s success. PVNet’s instructors are well educated in their fields and offer a one-of-a-kind hands-on experience to each and every student that walks in through the door. We believe in encouraging creativity and allowing opportunity for students to work on their own projects as well as those in the classroom.


PVNet Academy for STEM, a non-profit community technology organization, provides South Bay residents with quality technology education opportunities ranging from basic computer skills to visual arts classes for all ages from 10 to 104 and for all ability levels from novice to professional. We are constantly adding more STEM classes that are commonly requested or needed in the community. Some of the subjects we cover are 3D printing, 3D design, robotics, electronics, virtual reality, laser cutting, aeronautics, game design, video production and more.

PVNet is an award winning 501c3 nonprofit technology education center. It was originally founded in 1993 and was located by Palos Verdes City Hall. At its inception, PVNet was created to teach senior citizens how to use computers, and to help local cities establish an internet presence, creating a community wide digital foundation. In more recent years, PVNet has moved to its new location at the Promenade on the Peninsula Mall and has focused on educating newer generations of children, teens, and adults to ultramodern technology. Our facility is 3000 Sq. Feet and equipped with over 40 Computers and offers new technology such as Virtual Reality, 3D printing (over 15 Printers), Laser Cutting, and Emotiv Brain Mapping Technology.

Computers & Technology
Education & Literacy
Health & Medicine


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550 Deep Valley DriveSuite 229Rolling Hills Estates, CA 90274






  • Orientation or Training
  • • 3-6 hours /week commitment during hours, anytime Monday - Saturday 12PM-6:30PM
  • • Wants to save lives! • No experience necessary! • Over 18 years old • Abides by all CDC guidelines • No symptoms • Agrees to waive all liability and hold PVNet harmless

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