SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — Twitter has decided on a site for a learning center where company employees will volunteer to teach homeless and low-income residents computer and tech skills, according to a published report.

The San Francisco Chronicle reported the $1 million learning center will be across the street from Twitter’s Mid-Market headquarters and will be known as The NeighborNest, projected to open in Summer of 2015.

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Twitter is partnering with the non-profit support group Compass Family Services on the learning center which was previously announced in May.

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The Chronicle reported the center would also provide areas for children to play while their parents are learning computer and resume-writing skills at the learning center.

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The arrangement is part of the agreement Mid-Market companies such as Twitter have with the city of providing contributions to the neighborhood in return for city payroll taxes being waved as an incentive to keep the businesses from leaving San Francisco.