Institutionalization of Digital Inclusion Valley Vision is at the center of strategic efforts to improve broadband access in California’s Capital Region, paving the way for future-ready infrastructure and regional prosperity. As the manager of the Connected Capital Area Broadband Consortium (CCABC), Valley Vision coordinates efforts […]
Category: Community Transformation
Institutionalization of Digital Inclusion The Southern Border Broadband Consortium will identify and resolve broadband connectivity issues to close the digital divide throughout communities in Imperial; San Diego Counties. Without broadband connectivity, residents lack access to advanced healthcare services, online banking, distance learning, employment opportunities, business […]
Institutionalization of Digital Inclusion The Inland Empire Regional Broadband Consortium (IERBC) addresses broadband technology access, planning, service reliability, affordability, infrastructure requirements, cost and needs within both San Bernardino and Riverside Counties. IERBC is a group of stakeholders, including both the County of San Bernardino and […]
Access Broadband Connect (ABC) Grants Digital Access Project – ABC This Access, Broadband, Connect Grant enables the Delhi Center to promote affordable access to home Internet in Orange County to help meet the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) overall goal of 500,000 adoptions by 2022. […]
Closing the Digital and Economic Divide in South Los Angeles by touching the lives of over 3,000 middle and high school youth and adults through ICT career exploration, education and training, and increased adoption of broadband technologies; paid work experience will be provided to over […]
Through a regional collaborative, Community Christian College trained out-of-work high risk young people in obtaining technology career skills preparation, academic readiness, and life skills training.
Bringing distance learning classes to 800 students and adults, providing Internet-based curriculum, high speed Internet service and computers to 21 units of affordable single-family housing, and expanding access and training opportunities at the Firebaugh Computer Learning Center.
Training 1,000 individuals in Digital Literacy and providing a refurbished computer and broadband access in their homes. Providing assistance to 1,000 participants to utilize technology for employment opportunities. Assisting 20 small businesses with computer access and utilization.