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Byte Back’s mission is to improve economic opportunity for low-income residents of the Washington DC area by providing computer training and employment readiness skills.
Over the past four years, Byte Back dramatically increased its income, the number of residents served and the number and types of classes offered. We expanded the number of students taught annually from 293 to 1098 (275%) and the number of course slots provided per year from 365 to 1427 (291%). In addition, we became a licensed post-secondary school and added a number of in-dustry-wide recognized IT certification training programs to our array of classes. In 2010 Byte Back won an honorable mention from the Washington Post Awards for Excellence in Non-profit Management.
Byte Back enrolled 45 District Residents in a program (90 course hours and an 80 hour intern-ship) designed for individuals who are interested in starting their own neighborhood computer repair business. Those students wishing to start their own business worked with WACIF to do so. Those who wanted employment as a Computer Support Specialist received placement assistance from Byte Back.
Provided free refurbished computers to 552 program graduates and a year of free internet to 349 program graduates, enabling them to continue practicing their new skills and accessing services and information from home. (Thanks to partnerships with First Time Computers, Cricket Commu-nications and the DC Public Library.)
We were included in the 2010-11 Catalogue for Philanthropy.
Began teaching computer classes in Spanish and in American Sign Language in the fall of 2011 in order to assist more DC residents to bridge the digital divide.
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I began volunteering at Byte Back, Inc. through "Office Track," an intensive course designed for students to learn Microsoft Office Suite, including Quick Books. I love to learn, and enjoyed the applied teaching methods, "click, click" of the mouse, for example. At first, I swept floors, but then ...
Byte Back is a fine place to take classes, assist in community training, contribute to as well as keep in touch with. The staff and instructors have been very good for many. Some time ago I wanted to learn how to clean my computer. I attended sessions there and learned how plus some. I actually ...
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Working in adult education in the District of Columbia, I have been hearing about Byte Back since I first came to the area. However, it wasn't until I began directing a local Americorps program and placed two Americorps members at Byte Back that I had the pleasure of gaining a better understanding ...
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