Byte Back is a local non-profit that addresses the growing digital divide between low-income, disadvantaged people and those with the benefit of higher education. We recently learned that the organization, located in Brookland since 1997, is moving onward and upward to a larger and modern location. From an email:
In the past 20 years, Byte Back has grown. This new facility will give students the space they need to learn and thrive. Everyone in the Byte Back community will feel comfortable, safe, and proud in the state-of-the-art classrooms and offices.
We’ll be two blocks from Union Station, in NoMa, easily accessible from anywhere in DC.Tell Me More!Byte Back’s new location is 6,226 sq. ft., and will include offices, four classrooms, and our first-ever video production studio and virtual classroom!What’s Next?We’re currently working with a team of architects and engineers to design the interior. They’ll be working through the spring to prepare the space for our summer move. Byte Back will continue to partner to offer courses at locations throughout the Washington, DC metro area.How Can I Help?Now’s the time to get involved to make sure Byte Back has the facilities and equipment to help our students succeed. See opportunities to get involved below or contact development associate Chris Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org or (202) 803-2863 for more information.