Since 1996, the Technology Access Foundation (TAF) has helped children throughout King County master critical skills needed to thrive in today’s technology-driven global economy. In 2013, Point32 completed the development of TAF’s Bethaday Community Learning Space in White Center, enabling it to reach thousands more students each year. The 24,000 sq. ft. building, designed by the Miller Hull Partnership, also serves as a gathering place where community residents and local service agencies can access affordable high-tech facilities for meetings, workshops and community events. For more information, go to techaccess.org.