Philadelphia residents can take free classes to improve their digital skills.
Call (833) 750-5627 to learn more and get help finding a class near you.
All Philadelphia residents
You can learn how to use a computer and get online in a free digital skills workshop through Next Level Learning. These workshops are held at certain neighborhood rec centers.
Call (833) 750-5627 to get the schedule and sign up for a workshop near you. You can also walk into a participating rec center to ask for more information.
Participating rec centers include:
- Athletic Recreation Center, 1400 N. 26th St., 19121
- Cecil B. Moore Recreation Center, 2551 N. 22nd St., 19132
- Christy Recreation Center, 728 S. 55th St., 19143
- Francisville Recreation Center, 1737-39 Francis St., 19121
- Happy Hollow Playground, 4800 Wayne Ave., 19144
- Kingsessing Recreation Center, 4901 Kingsessing Ave., 19143
- Rumph Recreation Center, 100-70 E. Johnson St., 19144
Free Library of Philadelphia members
The Free Library of Philadelphia provides both in-person and online digital skills classes. Visit your local library or sign up for a library card to get started.
- Register for in-person digital skills classes.
- Sign up for free online courses with your library card.
Caregivers of pre-K–12 students
PHLConnectED offers digital skills classes to caretakers through community organizations. These classes cover three areas: basic computer skills, software skills, and using technology in daily life.
A caregiver may be a parent, foster parent, grandparent, older sibling, or anyone else living in a household that is supporting a pre-K–12 student.
- Enroll in a class by calling (833) 750-5627 or by contacting a community-based class provider.
School district families
The School District of Philadelphia’s Family and Community Engagement (FACE) office offers a variety of online workshops for families on a range of digital tools.
- Learn more about Family Academy: Courses and Training (FACT) Online.
Job seekers and professionals
The PHL Career Portal offers resources for career planning, digital literacy, job searches, and professional development.
- Create an account on PHL Career Portal to start taking online courses and workshops.