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 […]
Frontier Partnership Grants Frontier Digital Access Project This Grant supported the participation of the National Asian American Coalition (NAAC) in the partnership between California Emerging Technology Fund (CETF) and Frontier Communications, Inc. to increase awareness and adoptions to help reach the CETF program goal of […]
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.
Access to the internet is vital to success in education, searching for a job and accessing day-to-day information. Unfortunately, many of our low-income families in the Inland Empire do not have access to high speed internet, because of the cost. Sigma Beta Xi, Inc. has partnered with the California Emerging Technology Fund and various internet service providers to offer low-income families an affordable option to get connected to high speed internet.
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 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 […]
Spearheading three regional Get Connected! programs, training 30,000 people and recruiting 1,000 broadband leaders.
Enabling individuals to efficiently identify and enroll in health and social services programs, as well as learn about computer training and broadband adoption. Referring 130,000 people to training programs and broadband services through One-e-App. This project was made possible with generous funding from the National […]
Trained 900 adults in Digital Literacy and assisted 500 families subscribe to broadband. Coordinated and participated in 4 Community Technology Fairs in the Pico Union area of Los Angeles.