Carlos Dominguez teaches students all the about Outlook and Yahoo email. Hispanics who are foreign born and Spanish dominant are more likely not to have access to a computer; while those who are native born are more likely to demonstrate greater levels of proficiency with solving problems in digital environments (Organization for Economic Cooperation & Development 2015). (Staff Photographer)

In today’s world, technology is important and has become part of our daily life.  However, not everyone has equal access to these resources and skills, which leads to the digital divide.  Minorities, new citizens, and elderly in North Philadelphia often face challenges in navigating this digital world.  Esperanza wants to help you and provide service so we can start some ways to bridge this gap and empower our community and benefit from technology.

How are we going to do that for you?

WORKSHOPS:  What is a workshop?  Workshops are like fun learning classes where you can learn about the amazing world of computers and the Internet.  These workshops will teach you step by step how to use computers, e-mails, web browsing, and more.  Friendly instructors will guide you patiently, making sure you feel comfortable and confident as you learn.

INTERNET:  ACP sign up – What is ACP?  It is Affordable Connectivity Programs.  It is like a way our community can get Internet service at a lower cost, and possibly free (depending on qualifications). 

ONE-ON-ONE:  Imagine having a personal guide, who will be with you every step of the way.  One-on-one sessions mean you get special attention, and you can ask all the questions you want with one of our friendly instructors. 

How can you get started?

Contact Esperanza’s Digital Skills program at or 215-297-4641 or scan the QR code to register for any of our workshops.


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