Providing refurbished computers, free training and technical support to 2,000 families and individuals; 2,700 computers to the Oakland USD; and 300 computers to 5 newly established computer centers.
Increasing access to broadband and providing training to improve the health and educational outcomes in the Southeast Los Angeles region. The Collaborative is providing basic Digital Literacy to 3,200 youth and adults, preparing 2,700 adults for the workforce, placing 150 in jobs, and assisting 800 […]
Mobilizing a network of eight community based organizations to provide Digital Literacy training to limited-English speaking families in 5 Bay Area counties reaching 8,320 adults. This project was made possible with generous funding from the National Telecommunications and Information Agency (NTIA) within the U.S. Department […]
Chicana/Latina Foundation recruits young leaders as broadband ambassadors to reach into underperforming schools and homes of the students to help families adopt broadband. The project is educating over 5,000 residents and helping 1,320 subscribe to broadband. This project was made possible with generous funding from […]
Increasing the web accessibility, accessibility of electronic instructional materials, and accessibility of technology purchased by 23 CSU campuses to the benefit of over 10,000 students with disabilities.