Technology Center at Seola Gardens

Location

11215 Fifth Ave. S.W.
Seattle, WA 98146
United States

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Program Manager
Access to computers and free technology tools to residents of Seola Gardens and the surrounding community in White Center and Highline.

YWCA's Technology Center at Seola Gardens offers education, job, and computer training for adults and youth in the neighborhood, including King County Housing Authority public housing and Section 8 residents.

This program provides free access to computer and technology tools for:

  • Internet access and e-mail setup
  • Resume and cover letter writing, self-directed job search
  • Basic computer and typing skills
  • Online GED classes and certification
  • Online ESL courses

From January to April, this location also offers free tax prep assistance from the United Way of King County. Community partners for this program include King County Housing Authority and Neighborhood House.

Services Offered

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