Institutionalization of Digital Inclusion The San Joaquin Valley Regional Broadband Consortium is an initiative of the California Partnership for the San Joaquin Valley and is administered by Office of Community and Economics Development at California State University, Fresno. This initiative is dedicated to accelerating the […]
Category: Digital Literacy
Frontier Partnership Grants Frontier Digital Access Project This Grant supports the participation of the American GI Forum Education Foundation (AGIF) in the partnership between the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) and Frontier Communications, Inc. to increase awareness and adoptions to help meet the CETF program […]
Frontier Partnership Grants Frontier Digital Access Project This Grant enables the participation of Great Harvest Community Center (GHCC) in the partnership between the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) and Frontier Communications, Inc. to increase awareness and adoptions to help meet the CETF program goal of […]
Access Broadband Connect (ABC) Grants Digital Access Project – ABC This Access, Broadband, Connect Grant enabled the National Council of Negro Women (Inland Empire-NCNW) to promote affordable access to home Internet in the Inland Empire to help meet the California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) overall […]
With technology and internet access on high demand during the Stay at Home Order, the work for Partners in Education’s Computers for Families program has greatly intensified. In order to address the great need that has emerged, our program has expanded its services. Typically only available to students, our refurbished computers are currently available to anyone in Santa Barbara County who needs a device.
Founded in 1996, the Computers for Families program was created in partnership with the Santa Barbara County Education Office to provide computers and Internet access to local students lacking these important educational tools at home. Recipients receive a refurbished computer, training, and assistance getting connected to discounted Internet through either Cox Communication’s Connect2Compete (C2C) program or Frontier.
Venice Arts captured young people’s curiosity and interests in the Internet, digital media, and technology to build quality programs that help them succeed academically and vocationally and engage them in critical thinking, learning and creativity. A central component to our strategy was BeyondMySpace.org, a web-based […]
The Valley Family Technology Project (VFTP) will provide computer literacy classes as well as home computer systems to 300 low-income families. It will also provide broadband access, training, and resources to 450 families who have already graduated from VFTP, and have computers in their home […]
The purpose of the CETF grant was to provide partial funding for the Virtual Community Wellness Broadband at Home project. Manchester Community Technologies (MCT) was to: (1) install wireless networks and connecting residential units at two senior citizen housing complexes of 100 units; (2) provide […]
Under the leadership of the Offices of the Los Angeles Mayor and City Council, the City of Los Angeles implemented the OurCycle LA Program, which was expected to: (1) Refurbish a minimum of 2,500 computing devices out of approximately 10,000 salvage computers; (2) Provide Digital […]