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Twitter opens NeighborNest for San Francisco's poor, homeless

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Children learn to code at Twitter's NeighborNest in San Francisco.
Photo courtesy Natalie Miyake, Twitter
Children learn to code at Twitter's NeighborNest in San Francisco.

The $3 million space is specifically designed to help San Francisco's poor and homeless adults and children learn more about technology.

Twitter has recently opened up a $3 million skills center called NeighborNest. 

It's a place specifically designed to help San Francisco's poor and homeless adults, and their children, learn more about technology. 

Caroline Barlerin, Twitter's head of community outreach and philanthropy, tells more.

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