Leep believe digital inclusion isn’t about technology, it’s about people.

We support all people to build digital skills and confidence, to close the digital divide and reduce social and economic exclusion.

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Volunteer as a Digital Mentor

Today, technology is an essential part of life. This is creating disadvantage and trauma for people who don’t have the skills to use it.

If you’d like to be part of the solution and make a difference in the lives of people in your community, apply today to become a digital mentor.

In this role, you would support people one-on-one to build basic digital skills. We have positions available at multiple locations and times.

Help us close the digital divide!

Become a Digital Mentor

Digital Mentoring

Leep in Lab (Penrith)

Our Leep in Lab is a learning space where volunteer digital mentors provide free one-on-one support to help people build basic technology skills in a familiar and trusted environment. BYO phone, laptop or tablet.

Running every Wednesday and Friday from 10am till 12pm, the Leep in Lab offers one hour sessions from a volunteer digital mentor.

Location: Leep Training Room, 688 High St, Penrith

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Would you prefer to get technology support from home? If you have mobility issues and would like to learn remotely, we can support you via Skype video-calls (and help you set this up).

Leep Online at Fusion Café (St Marys)

Learn more about your device over a cup of coffee with the help of a skilled volunteer digital mentor. Bring your phone, laptop or tablet and improve your confidence using technology at Fusion Café, St Marys.

Running every Tuesday from 10am till 12pm, Leep offers one hour sessions from a volunteer digital mentor.

Location: Fusion Café, Corner of Queen St and Station St, St Marys

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leep in lab participant laughing and learning to use a laptop

Create a Program

Leep Online is our social and digital inclusion initiative aimed at improving basic digital literacy in local communities. We support organisations, businesses, councils and institutions to establish digital mentoring programs and also deliver outreach digital mentoring programs. Please contact us for more information on how you can access our digital inclusion services.

Leep is a proud partner of the Be Connected Network, a national network of community organisations who support people over 50 to thrive in a digital world, coordinated by Good Things Foundation.  As Capacity Builder partners on the network, we are funded to support the creation of programs throughout Greater Western Sydney.

Questions? Contact Himalee Raj on 4721 1866 (ext. 230) or email [email protected]

Digital Programs supported or created by Leep


How to Develop a Digital Literacy Program

This webinar provides a step-by-step guide to developing a digital literacy program using a digital mentoring model. Learn how to deliver basic digital literacy support in your community.

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Being a Digital Mentor: What’s Involved?

Digital mentors are people who provide one-on-one support to people so that they can use technology and get online. This webinar explores the role of a digital mentor and provides practical tips and tricks for success.

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Building Innovation in Volunteerism through Digital Inclusion

This webinar considers how organisations that adapt, create roles that harness volunteer leadership and embrace digital inclusion can strengthen their ability to build and activate volunteer programs.

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Digital Literacy Research Report

We engaged NSW CID (NSW Council for Intellectual Disability) and syfte (a human design company) to assist us in conducting research with people with mild to moderate intellectual disability, receiving NDIS, to assess their readiness and motivation for digital literacy skills.

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Digital Inclusion and the Digital Divide White Paper

Digital inclusion is fundamental to creating and strengthening independence and autonomy, but its transformative power transcends the individual and bestows widespread social and economic benefits on broader society.

Download Digital Inclusion and the Digital Divide White Paper