ATTAIN - Advanced Technology Training and Information Networking Project
The University at Buffalo Educational Opportunity Center and The Buffalo Municipal Housing Martha Mitchell Center are two local host sites for a state-wide technology initiative called ATTAIN. The ATTAIN Labs were created in order to ensure community access to new technologies, education and technology training. The ATTAIN Labs feature state-of-the-art equipment and user-friendly software that will help students gain a competitive edge when applying for jobs that require higher levels of skill in technology and academics.
Independent Academic and Vocational Instruction
In addition to technology training, The ATTAIN lab offers over 30 occupational, academic and life skills courses to enrolled participants. The courses are individualized and self-paced; therefore, participants can design programs that will meet their professional and personal needs.
The Buffalo ATTAIN labs have established partnerships with schools and community based organization that services the Western New York region. Our goal is to provide a venue for these agencies to deliver academic, vocation, and technology programs to their customers and professional staff.
In addition to the 30+ software programs available, our facilities are equipped with smart boards, projection systems, distance learning technology and a T3 internet connection. If you are interested in using our facilities to conduct workshops/training sessions, or if you are interested in using our staff to support your professional development efforts please call one of the ATTAIN labs to get more information.