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Mission Statement

Community Technology Network ( CTN) programs help ensure that all Bay Area residents have the skills necessary to use digital technology and close the digital divide. About Our Tech Training Services for Computers, Cell Phones, and Tablets Community Technology Network works with a variety of organizations across the San Francisco Bay Area to close the digital divide. CTN provides a range of services to address technology related issues faced by underserved communities. Our services include program planning, staff training, volunteer training, fund development, community outreach and evaluation support. Our partners include housing developments, senior centers, social service agencies and other community based organizations. Learners gain skills essential to full participation in our 21st century society such as how to access public services online, job-searching techniques, online education, and interacting with others online safely.


About Our Tech Training Services for Computers, Cell Phones, and Tablets

About Our Programs

SF Connected

In partnership with the San Francisco Department of Aging and Adult Services, Community Technology Network provides technology training in over 25 senior centers and low-income housing facilities in San Francisco. We place trainers and volunteers in local senior centers to provide free instruction. Our training sessions help seniors, low-income residents, and people with disabilities find information, stay connected, and access resources online. This training includes basic computer skills, online communication, and Internet safety.

Ready, Set, Connect!
In partnership with the Oakland Public Library, Community Technology Network provide youth leadership development and community engagement program called Ready, Set, Connect! (RSC). Since 2013 the program has developed the skills of 78 youth trainers while helping over 4,000 Oakland residents with their technology questions. RSC engages corporate mentors who provide workshops, site visits and increase youth’s professional networks. The impact from this program can transform a young person’s ability to find work and can help end the cycle of poverty that prevents them from achieving greatness.


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