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911 Media Arts Center
Young Producers Project Scholarship Program
Open up summer classes on media literacy to economically-challenged youth and offer up-to-date computers for the Young Producers' program.
5000
19973
2005
909 NE 43rd ST
4
98105
(47.659861, -122.317732)
-122.317732
47.659861
121824
Accelerator YMCA
Digital Bridge
Expand programming to include digital bridge program to teach computer hardware skills to at least twenty-five high school dropouts, ages 16-21. Students will earn a fully functioning computer to take home.
9000
15180
2004
909 4th AVE
7
98104
(47.605597, -122.332458)
-122.332458
47.605597
121461
African Chamber of Commerce of the Pacific Northwest
African Chamber of Commerce Computer Literacy Plan
Provide computer instruction to help African immigrants and refugees gain skills for employment and in use of social media. Classes will be held in Rainier Beach in partnership with the Center for East African Community Affairs.
12000
19200
2012
2001 6th AVE
7
98121
(47.614561, -122.338605)
-122.338605
47.614561
123936
Alliance of People with disAbilities
Technology Connection Project
Build an assistive technology evaluation center where residents with disabilities can come to test the latest adaptive technology and practice their skills.
20000
20000
2010
1120 E Terrace ST
3
98122
(47.605213, -122.317179)
-122.317179
47.605213
123370
American Lung Association
Lungblog
Educate and mobilize adult sufferers of chronic lung disease by creating citizen web-log sites for awareness raising, health education and community problem solving over issues relating to lung disease.
3500
20720
2004
822 John ST
7
98109
(47.619712, -122.339784)
-122.339784
47.619712
121461
Artworks
ArtWorks Computer Learning Center
Artworks Computer Learning Center. Through a graphic design employment program, youth will learn basic computer skills, graphic design skills and basic job search skills.
8560
13872
2006
815 Seattle BLVD S
2
98134
(47.595526, -122.327289)
-122.327289
47.595526
122154
Ballard NW Senior Center
Upgrade 8 Station Computer Lab to Increase Access
Upgrade the existing eight station computer lab and provide computer instruction to northwest area seniors. Offer job bank and volunteer training opportunities.
Technology Literacy & Access
6580
9429
2014
5429 32nd AVE NW
6
98107
(47.668378, -122.398334)
-122.398334
47.668378
124542
Big-Brained Superheroes Club
Binary Builds Brains in Yesler and Beyond
Provide a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) program for youth from Yesler Terrace, ages 8 and up. Youth will introduce the Big Brain Binary Counter to people throughout the city, set up a public code repository and produce tested open-source development documentation
9500
18500
2015
917 E Yesler WAY
2
98122
(47.601704, -122.320075)
-122.320075
47.601704
124812
Boys & Girls Clubs of King County
Techmobile - Media on the Move
Offer 400 youths (8-18) the opportunity to increase media literacy and develop their own video/media productions, including community-related media service announcements
Technology Literacy & Access
7500
12600
2003
603 Stewart ST #300
7
98101
(47.613702, -122.336925)
-122.336925
47.613702
Bryant Elementary School PTSA
Bryant Computer Lab Upgrade, Outreach Program
To help students and their families gain computer literacy, Bryant Elementary School's computer lab will be upgraded. The after-school tutoring program will be expanded to include computer access and training.
Technology Literacy & Access
20000
48023
1998
3311 NE 60th ST
4
98115
(47.672145, -122.292035)
-122.292035
47.672145
119403
Casa Latina
Casa Latina: Starting Where We Are Tech Project
Expand the reach of the computer access and training program serving Latino workers. Gear curriculum specifically toward a "meeting them where they are" approach with regards to digital literacy.
Technology Literacy & Access
17000
23279
2014
317 17th AVE S
3
98144
(47.599888, -122.310281)
-122.310281
47.599888
124542
Casa Latina
Mobile Computer Lab
Build a mobile computer lab and train a team of worker-leaders and volunteers to provide basic computer and Internet training for Latino immigrants.
14837
17860
2011
317 17th AVE S
3
98144
(47.599888, -122.310281)
-122.310281
47.599888
123370
Cascade People’s Center
Cascade Technology Improvement Project
Replace obsolete computers in the computer lab and provide basic technology training for low income and homeless families in the South Lake Union neighborhood.
14800
24230
2010
309 Pontius AVE N
7
98109
(47.621704, -122.331735)
-122.331735
47.621704
123370
Center Park Residence Council
Center Park Community Computer Center
Conduct the first planning and design phase for an assistive technology community computer lab.
Technology Literacy & Access
30000
5000
1998
2121 26th AVE S
3
98144
(47.584483, -122.299021)
-122.299021
47.584483
119293
Children's Home Society of Washington
Lake City Court Computer Lab Expansion Project
Upgrade the computer lab at SHA's Lake City Court family housing complex with assistive technology and language software to provide better support for limited English speakers and individuals with disabilities. Offer additional workshops to improve employment and education for low-income families.
18000
20164
2012
3200 NE 125th ST
5
98125
(47.719269, -122.293777)
-122.293777
47.719269
123936
Coalition for Refugees from Burma
Mobile computer lab expansion
Hire part-time staff to expand hours of mobile computer lab training and offer a summer computer literacy camp for newly arrived refugees from Burma.
17750
22560
2011
1265 S Main ST
3
98144
(47.600019, -122.314476)
-122.314476
47.600019
123370
Consejo Counseling & Referral Service
Improving Technology Access for South Park Youth
Add new computer equipment to the existing computer lab in South Park. Case managers, counselors or therapists will help 320 Latino youth achieve their goals through improved access to technology.
11137
11137
2013
8615 14th AVE S
1
98101
(47.525948, -122.31492)
-122.31492
47.525948
124249
Delridge Advisory Council – Associated Recreation Council
Project Guiding Light
To develop curriculum and provide a projector for using in teaching classes at OnRamp, the Delridge Community Center computer learning lab.
Technology Literacy & Access
3765
3840
1998
4501 Delridge WAY SW
1
98106
(47.562907, -122.363359)
-122.363359
47.562907
Denny Terrace Computer Lab
Computer Mini Lab Project
A new mini two-computer lab will be installed and training provided to help low income and disabled residents enhance their computer skills, gain access to vital resources online, and increase their self-sufficiency.
10300
13250
2009
100 Melrose AVE E
3
98102
(47.619067, -122.327895)
-122.327895
47.619067
123043
Denny Terrace Computer Lab
Denny Terrace Computer Lab
Relocate the computer lab to the first floor to increase accessibility for people with disabilities, provide instruction in other languages and build community through group projects.
20047
33198
2015
100 Melrose AVE E
3
98102
(47.619067, -122.327895)
-122.327895
47.619067
124812
Denny Terrace Computer Lab
Denny Terrace Computer Lab Expansion
Increase technology literacy for low-income residents by adding two computers and software to the lab and offering instruction in basic and intermediate computers, digital photography, job search and finding online resources.
13900
22382
2010
100 Melrose AVE E
3
98102
(47.619067, -122.327895)
-122.327895
47.619067
123370
Digital Promise
Toolkit Development for Computer Learning Centers
To enhance the scope and value of consulting services provided to existing community learning centers by developing an easy-to-implement "toolkit" consisting of evaluation tools and effective programming tools for all CTCs.
Technology Literacy & Access
10000
14466
2002
1000 2nd AVE
7
98104
(47.605461, -122.335428)
-122.335428
47.605461
120886
El Centro de la Raza
Mobile Computer Lab
Develop a Mobile Computer Lab with 30 new laptops to deliver ongoing technology training and tutoring for low-income youth engaged in a new After School Drop-In Program and for seniors in a Wellness and Congregate Meal Program.
43000
26036
2016
2524 16th AVE S
2
98144
(47.580229, -122.312129)
-122.312129
47.580229
125122
Elizabeth Gregory Home
Computer Access for Homeless Women
Add 10 laptops to establish a computer learning lab and provide training to meet the needs of homeless women attending Day Center programs.
Technology Literacy & Access
15527
19818
2014
1604 NE 50th ST
4
98105
(47.664887, -122.310483)
-122.310483
47.664887
124542
Entre Hermanos
Digital Stories for Civic Engagement: LGBT Latinos
Train LGBT Latinos to produce digital stories on the issues that matter most. Post the stories on the mappingvoices.org civic engagement map and elsewhere. Share with policy makers and the community.
Civic Engagement
15000
18221
2012
1105 23rd AVE
3
98122
(47.611764, -122.302731)
-122.302731
47.611764
123936
Ethiopian Community in Seattle
Computer Technology Training of Trainers
To train 12 individuals to become computer skill trainers to accommodate for continuous computer skill training needs for the Ethiopian community in Seattle.
Technology Literacy & Access
17400
17400
2002
8323 Rainier AVE S
2
98118
(47.528651, -122.269997)
-122.269997
47.528651
120886
Ethiopian Community in Seattle
Technology Literacy and Access Matching Fund 2013
Add technology to the existing computer resource center and expand educational programming to provide internet based quality after-school, winter, spring and Summer camp programs for Ethiopian youth.
10000
17400
2013
8323 Rainier AVE S
2
98118
(47.528651, -122.269997)
-122.269997
47.528651
124249
Full Life Care
Elderhealth NW & Jefferson Terrace Access Project
Provide caregivers of elderly and disabled family members access to the Internet to locate resources, to use computer technology for cognitive retraining and personal development, and provide basic computer training to public housing residents.
Technology Literacy & Access
7000
14698
2002
800 Jefferson ST
3
98104
(47.604499, -122.32495)
-122.32495
47.604499
120886
Full Life Care
Mobile Lab Project for Unserved Communities
Nine Seattle Housing Authority communities that are not currently served by onsite computer labs will collaborate and share a mobile computer lab to provide technology access and training to their low income residents.
44640
54880
2016
800 Jefferson ST
3
98104
(47.604499, -122.32495)
-122.32495
47.604499
125122
Full Life Care
Seattle Housing Authority Resident Technology Capacity Building Project
Develop a database for tracking activities at computer labs located in Seattle Housing Authority buildings, host meetings to increase collaboration between sites, and replace outdated computers in Center Park and Westwood Heights technology centers.
24269
70010
2015
800 Jefferson ST
3
98104
(47.604499, -122.32495)
-122.32495
47.604499
124812
Full Life Care
Technology Access Enhancement Project
Expand the mobile lab to teach technology classes at nine more Seattle Housing Authority buildings. Update vital assistive technologies at the STAR Center and Full Life Care Art Studio. Provide accessibility training and best practices to 6 low-income communities.
48561
130570
2017
800 Jefferson ST #620
3
98104
(47.604499, -122.32495)
-122.32495
47.604499
125384
Garinagu Noungua
Garifuna Digital Literacy Workshop Series
Provide digital literacy workshops to members of the Garifuna and other Latin American/Caribbean communities. Participants will gain skills in hardware, software, typing, accessing the Internet, using email, social media, Microsoft Office and earn a refurbished computer upon completion of the workshop series.
50000
28000
2018
317 17th AVE S
3
98144
(47.599888, -122.310281)
-122.310281
47.599888
125654
Greenwood Senior Center
Community Technology Center-Assistive Technology
The existing center will be enhanced with keyboards, trackballs and adjustable work stations to better provide computer training and mentoring to low vision, limited mobility or wheelchair users. Programs include Wired for Learning and Seniors Teaching
10500
13760
2009
525 NW 85th ST
6
98103
(47.690649, -122.364338)
-122.364338
47.690649
123043
Hilltop House
Hilltop House Computer Learning Center
Update aged and failing hardware and software, provide hands-on, skill-building computer trainings for seniors and add adaptive equipment for users with low-vision.
Technology Literacy & Access
5307
11690
2014
1005 Terrace ST
3
98104
(47.604701, -122.322031)
-122.322031
47.604701
124542
Homewaters Project
The Neighborhood Green Map Initiative
Engage teachers and students to map and analyze the ecological and cultural assets and liabilities in their community using GIS software. Make recommendations to neighborhood groups on areas for improvement.
Civic Engagement
9000
10000
2004
9600 College WAY N
5
98103
(47.69983, -122.335006)
-122.335006
47.69983
121461
Horn of Africa Services
Computer-based Resource Center
Develop a technology-based educational resource center located in the Southeast Seattle to provide East African refugees and immigrants with a safe, culturally-sensitive environment where they can access a computer lab and learn about computers.
Technology Literacy & Access
45000
45131
1999
4714 Rainier AVE S
2
98118
(47.560498, -122.28682)
-122.28682
47.560498
119802
Horn of Africa Services
Enhancing East Africans' Access to Technology
Upgrade a computer lab serving over 200 East African community members. Train home childcare providers to use computers to improve their business and financial operations. Equip high school students with computer programming skills and laptops.
49945
30853
2017
4714 Rainier AVE S
2
98118
(47.560498, -122.28682)
-122.28682
47.560498
125384
Horn of Africa Services
Extension of Computer Based Resource Center
To expand Internet access and multi-lingual computer classes by installing supplementary hardware and software, increasing staff hours, and strengthening the Lab's capacity to accommodate 1500 users and meet additional demands for training.
Technology Literacy & Access
25980
28994
2001
4714 Rainier AVE S
2
98118
(47.560498, -122.28682)
-122.28682
47.560498
120438
Indigenouz PlaceMakerz
Interweaving Artistic Digital Literacy
Engage indigenous artists to interweave digital literacy with artistic practices to strengthen opportunity and career paths. Students will gain skills in using computer hardware, software, all associated peripherals, visual technology, and applied graphic artistry through a curriculum relevant to artistic career areas.
25000
68950
2019
6056 Lanham PL SW
1
98126
(47.5472018, -122.3728802)
-122.3728802
47.5472018
125891
InterConnection
PC Hardware Repair Training and A+ Certification Program
Develop a three month training program in partnership with the business community that offers low-income individuals job skills and life skills training, real world job experience and industry level A+ certification.
15733
18620
2011
3415 Stone Way N
4
98013
(47.649112, -122.342745)
-122.342745
47.649112
123370
Intergenerational Innovations
Computer Power Learning System
Improve access to basic technology skills for seniors via middle and high school student teachers
Technology Literacy & Access
14800
29960
2000
3200 NE 125th ST # 1
5
98125
(47.719269, -122.293777)
-122.293777
47.719269
120056
International District Housing Alliance
Citizenship Exam Preparation Project
Homebound, disabled Asian and Pacific Islander immigrants and refugees will receive instruction in how to prepare for the citizenship exam through an in-home training program using laptops and educational software.
9500
22077
2007
601 S King ST
2
98104
(47.598365, -122.325991)
-122.325991
47.598365
122420
Jack Straw Foundation
Arts Inspire: Youth with Disabilities
Increase technology access for youth with disabilites through a series of hands-on workshops in audio recording studios. Students will gain technology literacy and build community while working with a team of professionals to create and share audio stories.
15300
20954
2010
4261 Roosevelt WAY NE
4
98105
(47.659301, -122.317759)
-122.317759
47.659301
123370
Jack Straw Foundation
Historias del Familias
Spanish speaking children at Kimball mentored by high school students & professional artists as they conduct oral histories of their families
Technology Literacy & Access
4400
5125
2000
4261 Roosevelt WAY NE
4
98105
(47.659301, -122.317759)
-122.317759
47.659301
120056
Jefferson Terrace Computer Lab
Jefferson Terrace Computer Lab
Expand the reach of the Jefferson Terrace Seattle Housing Authority computer lab in First Hill. Add classes in other languages, update equipment, increase marketing and develop a community website or blog.
Technology Literacy & Access
15000
55970
2014
800 Jefferson ST
3
98104
(47.604499, -122.32495)
-122.32495
47.604499
124542
Jefferson Terrace Computer Lab
Jefferson Terrace Cyber Learning Project
Low-income residents will learn basic and intermediate computer and digital photography skills with the help of interpreters for limited English-speaking residents.
8300
11798
2008
800 Jefferson ST
3
98104
(47.604499, -122.32495)
-122.32495
47.604499
122746
Jubilee Women’s Center
Learning Technology Center Upgrade
Upgrade Jubliee's Learning and Technology Center to provide computer training, information technology services, basic life skills training and educational programs to homeless and low-income women.
14600
21548
2010
620 18th AVE E
3
98112
(47.624603, -122.308686)
-122.308686
47.624603
123370
Kin On Health Care Center
Kin On SmartLab
Provide technology training classes and open lab hours in the Kin On SmartLab, a senior-friendly computer lab designed to enable Asian seniors aged 60+ to increase technology and health literacy, prevent social isolation and increase access to healthcare
20445
15725
2015
4416 S Brandon ST
2
98118
(47.553396, -122.278727)
-122.278727
47.553396
124812
Lao Community Services Office
Technology Improvement Program
Help Lao youth improve their computer skills, academic achievement, and/or knowledge about their native culture through Internet research and computer training. Help Lao adults increase their computer skills so they are more self-sufficient.
3600
3600
2005
7101 Martin Luther King Jr WAY S
2
98118
(47.538694, -122.282096)
-122.282096
47.538694
121824
Literacy Source
Increasing Digital Literacy and Online Learning
Increase the digital literacy skills of low-income adult basic education and ESL students through expanded computer access and instruction. Help students access online learning programs on both computers and mobile devices and provide training and support to volunteer tutors and instructors.
Technology Literacy & Access
15000
109108
2014
720 N 35th ST
6
98103
(47.650316, -122.348563)
-122.348563
47.650316
124542

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