Category: GetConnected! 3.0

Community Centers Inc.

Community Centers, Inc. (CCI) was responsible to train a minimum of 1,500 South Los Angeles community residents in basic Digital Literacy and facilitate 833 first-time high-speed Internet subscriptions at home. Our organization sought to enlighten the community about technology, Internet, computer availability, affordability, and usage. […]

Abled-Disabled Advocacy

A-DA’s project was designed to fully address the 5 A’s identified by the CETF as obstacles to broadband adoption – Access, Applications, Affordability, Accessibility and Assistance. Furthermore, we proposed to add a sixth A for “Accountability” by including employment as an outcome and the optimal […]

California State University, Fresno Foundation

Our project facilitated household broadband adoption among primarily rural underserved populations in the target 8-county (Fresno, Kern, Kings, Merced, Madera, San Joaquin, Stanislaus, and Tulare) region of the San Joaquin Valley with the majority being served in Fresno, Tulare, Merced and Stanislaus. The goal was, […]

Fresno Housing Authority

Fresno Housing planned to connect 161 households by July 2016. This number represented approximately 40% of the combined number of units at Parc Grove Commons (215 units), Parc Grove Northwest (148 units), and Viking Village (40 units). We are happy to report that we have […]

National Hispanic Media Coalition

211 CA, Radio Bilingüe (RB), and the National Hispanic Media Coalition (NHMC) proposed to collaborate to increase Latinos’ access to broadband at home and improve their ability to access low-cost computer, broadband and digital literacy resources. 211 CA would be the co-coordinator with RB to […]

Reading and Beyond

Reading and Beyond, Family Success Zone (FSZ), is a place-based initiative targeting children and families in the high-poverty 93701 zip code in the City of Fresno. FSZ, through its Family Navigators, works directly with families in this zip code to help them build self-sufficiency skills, […]

Mission Economic Development Agency

Through the Mission Promise Neighborhood (MPN), the Mission Economic Development Agency, in 2013, projected to connect 1,250 low- to- moderate income Latino households high speed broadband services with the hope of significantly diminishing the Digital Divide for Spanish speaking families through the implementation of a […]

California Foundation for Independent Living Centers

The California Foundation for Independent Living Centers, Digital Access Project supports people with disabilities, low-income families, veterans and seniors in obtaining affordable Internet service. The program also aims to provide those who do not have the digital literacy skills necessary to successfully navigate a computer […]

United Ways of California

United Way’s 211 statewide network is responding to 250,000 calls as Public Service Announcements and is referring callers to Digital Literacy training, low-cost computers, and information on how to subscribe to broadband at home. This project was made possible with generous funding from the National […]

The Stride Center

Increasing broadband adoption in underserved neighborhoods and communities in California through the expansion and replication of its successful workforce development, tech support, and social venture business programs. The program is training and placing 1,350 participants. This project was made possible with generous funding from the […]