Community Technology Centers

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The National Science Foundation supported CTCNet contains a network of more than 250 community technology centers where people get access to computers and computer-related technology, such as the Internet. Find out about a Community Technology Project near you.

Neighborhood Networks is a community-based initiative of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) that encourages the development of resource and computer learning centers in privately owned HUD-assisted and/or -insured housing. These centers work to build self-reliant neighborhoods that meet the needs of lower-income families and seniors where they live. Review a verified listing of active Neighborhood Networks Centers across the nation.

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Last Modified: 07/12/2006