Byte Back’s has had its eyes set on its new NoMa headquarters since February — at least.
That’s when the Washington, D.C.-based adult digital literacy nonprofit announced it would be moving from its converted Brookland rowhouse headquarter into an upgraded space in NoMa, near Union Station.
The move makes sense for Byte Back seeing as most of their students live in Wards 5, 6, 7 and 8. The new NoMa space creates a more centralized, expansive space for students.
The facility includes four computer classrooms, including one designed for IT certification testing, a video production studio and virtual classroom.
Let’s take a look around—