Tech Tutoring

Learn how to use a computer or get help with questions about your phone, tablets, or any other technology. All levels welcome.

“Unconnected” adults

will have fewer job opportunities, less access to government services and a harder time sharing experiences with their family and loved ones.

Drop-in or make an appointment for one-on-one help with computers and technology. You name it, we can help: e-mail, search the internet, moving photos from your phone to the computer. Bring your question or discover something new! All levels are welcome.

We Can Help You

  • Create an email account
  • Upload and send documents and photos
  • Search the internet
  • Learn basic computer skills
  • Earn a computer literacy certificate

In Collaboration with




By Appointments Only


Tuesday & Thursdays


Schedule Subject To Change

“Now I can communicate with my sister in El Salvador.” (“Hoy me puedo comunicarme con mi hermana, para El Salvador.”)

– Anonymous

“I am afraid to talk in a computer class but when I learn with just the teacher, I can ask any question. I have learned so much this way.”

– Anonymous


Great volunteers make all of our services possible. If you have a few hours a week, you can help people with a wide range of skills and services that can change their lives for the better!

Contact Us



Visit us at the Community Resource Room
We are located on the 1st Floor
(415) 431-1180 EXT. 11




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