Byte Back, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization (FEIN 52-2061398) that provides computer literacy and employment readiness skills to underserved communities throughout Washington D.C. Our mission is to improve economic opportunities by providing computer and technology courses to low-income residents in D.C.. What we do is bridge the digital divide. There are many people in the D.C. community who lack access to digital communications, and who have yet to learn how to use a computer. In addition to providing free and low-cost computer courses for neighborhoods in D.C., we also teach advanced certification courses, enabling our students to enter the workforce with competitive and useful skills. We teach computer literacy classes at over a dozen locations throughout the city, at D.C. Public Libraries, at human service agencies, and at our own central office at Washington, D.C. With our full-time and volunteer staff, we served over 1,000 students in 2010, empowering them to master today’s technological skills and advance their careers.
We offer scholarships to low-income students for all PC for Beginners and MS Office Track classes. In addition, all low-income graduates of our MS Office Track class (who attend one of our qualifying library locations) will receive a free refurbished computer.
815 Monroe Street NE
Washington, D.C. 20017
(202) 529-3395 ● 815 Monroe Street NE ● Washington, D.C. 20017