Byte Back’s Move

 

Byte Back will move to state-of-the-art offices and classrooms in the NoMa neighborhood in summer 2017.

Byte Back is moving to a new state-of-the-art facility in summer 2017.

The new 6,226 sq. ft. facility will help Byte Back provide top-notch free digital education opportunities free to DC-area residents. The location is at the center of the communities served, just two blocks from Union Station.

In addition to housing the organization’s staff, the facility will include four computer classrooms, including one for IT certification testing, and Byte Back’s first-ever video production studio and virtual classroom.

We need your help in making the move and creation of the state-of-the-art space possible.

Corporate Partners Help Build Byte Back’s Future

With an investment of time and funds, we can work together to build a well-prepared and diverse tech workforce for the DC region. Your investments will make our new training facility best-in-class for tech training and align your brand with the leading nonprofit workforce development organization in the DC region.

Customized Options for Partnership

We are seeking contributions from firms who want to work with Byte Back to build a presence at our new facility. You can lend your support through a Sustaining Partnership or Corporate Sponsorship.

Sustaining Partnerships: For an investment of $50,000 per year for at least two years, your company will have naming rights to a classroom for the length of your investment, volunteer opportunities for your employees, access to our pool of qualified internship and employee candidates, and great visibility across the DC metro region. With a leadership gift you will provide Byte Back students with the best kind of support – sustainable funding for our organization. Other Sustaining Partnership levels are available at $25,000 and $10,000 per year for two years.  Sustaining Partnership benefits are commensurate with the donation commitment.

Corporate Sponsorship: Support top-notch equipment in Byte Back’s new facility. Your dollars can be put towards the purchase of new equipment and software such as:

  • Desktops computers
  • SmartBoards
  • Multi-functional, high-quality laser copier
  • Laptops
  • Tablets
  • Office Suite software licenses

For more information and a detailed prospectus, contact Christopher Wallace, Development Associate, cwallace@byteback.org, (202) 803-2863