CHER strengthens educational partnerships between Hartford’s diverse communities and students, staff, and faculty at Trinity College.
Open Access Cyber Cafe for anyone and everyone
Adult Computer Literacy for Adults in English & Spanish
Technology-based Programming for Youth
Facility Access for Community Organizations
Printing & Faxing Services Available
Trinfo Café offers a variety of computer workshops available at no cost to Hartford residents and at a low cost to non-Hartford residents and community organizations
We offer a variety of accessories at a low cost. Items such as headphones will improve your experience in our space.
Trinfo Cafe offers low cost document services such as printing, copying, faxing and scanning. For pricing details follow the link below.
Reserving Our Space
Trinfo Cafe offers a flexible space for organizations, Trinity College Faculty and students or others to use. We offer access to our fully equipped computer lab, training room and social space.
For services tailored to community organizations such as computer literacy courses and youth programs click below.
Trinfo Cafe offers many opportunities for Hartford residents including computer literacy courses, a community garden among other services.
Mayor Luke Bronin Comes to Trinfo.Café for Town Hall MeetingDecember 21, 2018
December 21, 2018– Trinfo.Café welcomed Mayor Luke Bronin last night for his December Town Hall Meeting. The location of this monthly event rota...
Trinfo Cafe, Hartford Iron Poets, & The Mill: Community Open Mic NightDecember 14, 2018
All photo credits to hannah grosberg. Trinfo Cafe partnered with The Mill and Iron Poets to host a Community Open Mic Night. As the event started, gue...
Faces of Homelessness Speakers Bureau Comes to TrinityDecember 12, 2018
It’s safe to say that students, faculty, and staff within CHER programs have been going full steam ahead on promoting student learning and action on h...
“Envisioning Social Change” Videos with Hartford Community Partners in the Community Action GatewayDecember 1, 2018
In the Community Action Gateway, first-year students learn how to create social change with Hartford organizations, organizers, non-profit directors, ...
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