An engaged community where equal technology access removes barriers to educational, civic, vocational, creative, and artistic opportunities.
“to facilitate effective technology-driven programs providing education, recreation, and community development services for children, families, and neighborhoods.”
RecTech works to bridge the digital divide, providing technology access, training, and opportunities for personal and career development where the need is greatest, in Community Technology centers across south and central Seattle.
Programs consist mainly of youth development services, workforce training, senior citizen programs, adult digital literacy training, and a variety of specialized educational opportunities. In the ten years since its inception, RecTech has worked to become a leading community resource, building stronger, more engaged communities through quality technology programming.
The Associated Recreation Council’s RecTech program is made possible with support from: