The David Bohnett CyberCenter at The Pride Center provides a safe and welcoming space for members of the LGBT community to access the Internet receive support in navigating today’s technologically-oriented workplace.
The Cyber Center provides computer access to a large number of community members per month who would otherwise not be able to connect to online resources.
The Pride Center’s Cyber Center’s primary goal is still paramount: to empower our community to use technology as a tool to increase economic, personal and social well-being.
Visitors to our Cyber Center use any one of our 10 computer work stations with 17–inch monitors to search for jobs, create resumes and access health information online.
Volunteers are on hand to assist users during all hours of operation. Many visitors have not had the opportunity to learn or use computers before. At the Cyber Center, folks don’t have to be embarrassed to ask any questions. Users are able to connect one on one with a member of the LGBT community and are made to feel welcomed. Volunteers understand the diversity of our community.
Cyber Center usage rules:
- No pornography
- Do not store files on the hard drives. Save all files floppy disk or create a CD-ROM using the burners
- One person per PC due to seating space
- Computers are on a first come first serve basis
- Limited use when others are waiting.
Monday – Friday: 10:00AM – 10:00PM
Saturday & Sunday – 12:00PM – 5:00PM
We thank the David Bohnett Foundation. Without its support we could not have built this integral program. Please click here to visit the David Bohnett Foundation.