Working in conjunction with The Non-Violence Project, T.H.R.I.V.E. gives individuals an opportunity to gain computer instruction and listen to mentors discuss non-violence action. It also strives to provide participants with positive self-esteem and job training. Located at the Cambridge Square Apartments in the Miami area, the program is available to anyone in the community who yearns for additional computer training. The program helps with childcare and transportation issues, allowing individuals to partake in on-site computer training.
T.H.R.I.V.E., which stands for Technology Helping Residents Increase Vocational Empowerment, allows children to use these computers and provides them with a safe haven to do homework. Adults can also benefit by gaining computer skills they may need to seek employment.