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Digital Equity and Inclusion – An Informative Discussion
May 27, 2021 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm$20.00
CETF President and CEO Sunne Wright McPeak will be moderating a discussion hosted by the Silicon Valley Education Foundation (SVEF) on how fundamental Digital Equity and Inclusion are for educational and career growth across all fields.
The Digital Equity and Inclusion discussion will cover in-depth the splintering of broadband accessibility and will feature:
Congresswoman Anna Eshoo, Rep. 18th District
Mayor Sam Liccardo, City of San Jose
Sunne Wright McPeak, President, and CEO, CETF
Devon Conley, President, Digital Equity Coalition and Trustee, Mountain View Whisman School District
Poncho Guevara, Executive Director, Sacred Heart Community Service
Tickets are $20.00 and all proceeds benefit SVEF.
For event information, or to purchase tickets, visit svefoundation.org/digitalequity
Proceeds will support the nonprofit Silicon Valley Education Foundation, which brings award-winning STEM learning programs, like Elevate [Math] and the Computer Science Institute, to over 5,000 students per year. SVEF also provides essential training for teachers in under-resourced school districts. Gifts from donors keep programs free for students and affordable for school districts. Community support also allows SVEF to adapt quickly to students’ changing needs during the pandemic, including the pivot to distance/online learning.
Santa Clara County Office of Education is a sponsor of SVEF’s Digital Equity and Inclusion event. SCCOE is a champion of public education, serving as an exemplary regional resource to students, parents, school districts, community agencies, and businesses.
Silicon Valley Education Foundation (SVEF) serves students furthest from access and opportunity to deliver and advocate for STEM education that inspires students to succeed in college and careers. As the largest educational nonprofit in Silicon Valley, SVEF has a legacy of providing proven STEM programs, leading the way as an education innovator, and being profoundly committed to empowering students to graduate high school career and college-ready. SVEF’s vision is that every student becomes a successful and productive adult. For more information, visit svefoundation.org
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