Do Space is a free community technology space, digital workshop, and innovation playground working to make Omaha future-ready. It was designed to tackle the digital divide in Omaha, as well as to boost digital skills and drive innovation, creativity, and invention in our region. Do Space is a place where community members can interact with cutting-edge technology and receive assistance and instruction. At Do Space, Omahans have free access to powerful fiber wi-fi Internet, high-end computer stations and devices, virtual reality, 3D printers, and technology-focused learning opportunities. We aim to significantly impact two key groups: (1) under-connected, low-income individuals and (2) entrepreneurs, inventors, and creators. With your help, our nonprofit will host free digital programs that can be viewed online and welcome new members of all ages to the space.
- Currently there are over 93,000 Do Space members.
- We are located inside of the Abrahams Library located at 90th and Fort.
- Membership, programs, and services are all FREE.