Archives: Grantees

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 Language and Vocational School (MLVS)

The Mission Language and Vocational School (MLVS) Technology Center will provide workforce preparation along with job placement that includes computer literacy training for 238 community members and small business owners. The workforce program will prepare 65 students for jobs that require proficient knowledge of the […]

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 […]

YMCA of Greater Long Beach

Teaching over 4,000 elementary, 1,000 middle, and 500 high school-age youth high-end digital media technology skills through existing after school networks and a nationally recognized Summer Youth Institute. The YMCA of Greater Long Beach was expected to replicate its Youth Institute program model in seven […]

World Institute on Disabilities (WID)

Partnered with all CETF grantees to evaluate access barriers in websites, as well as the  grantee programs.  The Team was comprised of the Alliance for Technology Access, Center for Accessible Technology, and the World Institute on Disability.

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 […]

The Children’s Partnership

Designed an innovative program that enables low-performing middle schools effectively integrate  technology into all aspects of their school improvement efforts.  Students receive a netbook for use at home and in the classroom.  Parents and teachers receive training on how to leverage this technology to support […]