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Technology & Internet Access

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WorkSource Spokane's Technology Hub

UPDATE 6/7/21 - Though most of our in-person activities are limited to scheduled appointments only, our Technology Hub is open to walk-in customers to use our resources for job search activities.

Our Technology Hub is your access to free use of our equipment and internet to elevate the job-seeking process with guided support. Recognized as one of the most ADA-accessible technology resource centers in Spokane County, our team collaborated with customers with disabilities to design a unique and interactive experience.

Enjoy free access to:

  • Computers & WiFi
  • Printers & copiers
  • Scanning & faxing
  • Telephones

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Spokane Public Library

Customers can request an appointment to use the technology and equipment offered at one of the following branches:

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  • East Side
  • Hillyard
  • Indian Trail
  • Northtown Mall
  • STA Plaza
  • South Hill

A reservation and appropriate safety measures are required. To make a reservation, call 509.444.5300 or visit Spokane Public Library's online reservation system here

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Public Wifi at Community Libraries

Although the libraries are currently closed, Spokane County Library District and Spokane Public Library are still offering access to public wifi.  You may need to access their wifi from each location's parking lot.

Click below to find your closest library:

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Spokane NAACP & T-Mobile Internet Service

The Spokane NAACP Unit #1137 received a grant from Front & Centered to help mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on our communities of color.  We are teaming with T-Mobile to provide wireless hot-spots and internet service to the homes of people and families of color who need them. 

If you or someone you know could benefit from this program, contact the Spokane NAACP and leave a voice message with your name and phone number.

  • Spokane NAACP (509) 209-2425

The supply of hotspots is limited, and the Spokane Resource Center does not have access to its application and distribution process.

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Keep Americans Connected Pledge

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai launched a program from March 13th to May 12th in partnership with internet service providers pledging to open their hotspots for free wifi, to waive late service fees, and to prevent contract termination if customers aren't able to pay their bills at this time.

Customers must contact their service providers as each company is managing the situation differently.

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Interactive Map of Public Wifi App

The Android and iOS app can help you find the nearest available wifi hotspot and provide passwords. 
Note - app-users post the wifi information.  If a business has changed its network or password, please contact the business for wifi access.

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