Puentes de Vida  is “Living Bridges” in Spanish.  It is also the title of digital learning programs, sponsored by Living Bridges in needy Latino neighborhoods like Kennett Square, Avondale, Coatesville and Philadelphia.

Puentes de Vida has been highly successful in helping to teach English to Spanish speaking Latino immigrants.  It has also provided basic computer experience to raise the job skill of these men, women and children.

There is growing need in today’s economy to be computer literate and to work with the latest technology.  Digital education, in a small, pastoral group setting, is a way to help immigrant families with language acquisition and cultural transition.  In today’s high-tech world, gaining technical job skills and multi-lingual experience has become almost a prerequisite for anyone who wishes to become or remain a contributing member of our society.