Free Geek public donation hours, eBay pick-up, and Community Center hours: Wed - Sat 11am-1pm & 3pm- 5pm.    *Community Center & local -pickups  closed 11/24 & 11/25 resuming above hours on 11/26.

At Free Geek we’re passionate about creating a better future by sustainably reusing technology, enabling digital access, and providing education to create a community that empowers people to realize their potential.

 

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What makes Free Geek different from other employers?

We’re giving back to the community In 2016, Free Geek recycled 1,062,000 pounds of e-waste with the support of 45,000 volunteer hours. 42,330 technology products were returned to the community to be re-used.

Your professional development is important to us

We believe that career and personal development are essential for job satisfaction. That’s why our staff is encouraged to explore work areas outside of their normal job duties. Whether it’s taking an on-site class or attending a conference, we make sure that you have the training and education you need to do your job to the best of your abilities.

We take care of each other

We’re serious about letting our employees share in Free Geek’s successes. Our generous benefits package includes paid vacation, holiday and sick leave, health care, vision and dental benefits, and much more. But the benefits don’t stop there — we’ll keep you powered up at work with a constant stream of snacks, coffee, and tea. You’ll also receive a free laptop after 6 months of working with us — and two Free Geek t-shirts a year to show your pride!

We prioritize justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion

At Free Geek, we are committed to the equity work necessary to protect our diverse staff and community. We’re passionate about being the bridge that connects people of all backgrounds to understand, benefit from, and feel empowered in this Tech dependent world. The mission that we’ve committed to when serving the public starts with each other. Our staff deserves the same intention and passion that we deliver to our community. Imposter syndrome is real, especially within marginalized communities, and here at Free Geek, we aim to help bridge any gaps of knowledge one may have with development opportunities. We have our very own JEDI (Justice, Equity, Diversity, & Inclusion) committee, run by our staff to ensure the cultivation of the best environment possible for YOU to thrive in.