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 […]
Launched a literacy campaign that is mobilizing and training 2,000 literate Spanish speakers to help their non-literate friends and family aid members learn to read and write using web-based technology. Progress to Date: Trained 98 participants (tutors and students) to use LEAMOS. Trained 16 educators […]
Developing a new website to help people make decisions on assistive technology and providing training to 500 service providers on how to use the new website. This project was made possible with generous funding from the National Telecommunications and Information Agency (NTIA) within the U.S. […]
Training 984 low-income Latinos in Digital Literacy and job readiness, certifying 434 adult students, and adding broadband connectivity to 150 households in surrounding communities.
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.
In conjunction with 15 collaborative partners CARAT is offering technology-based training focusing on job creation and broadband adoption. This statewide small business broadband initiative will train 15,000 small businesses over an 18 month period This project was made possible with generous funding from the National […]
The Hispanic Chambers of Commerce has exposed the statewide membership of small business firms to the benefits of broadband technology to their productivity and profitability.
Supporting the integration of the CDA’s Virtual Dental Home (VDH) project into the proposed sites of the California Telehealth Network (CTN) in order to improve access to dental services to underserved and rural patients.
Exposed the statewide membership of 5,500 small African American business firms to the benefits of broadband technology to their productivity and profitability.
Training 1,000 individuals in Digital Literacy and providing a refurbished computer and broadband access in their homes. Providing assistance to 1,000 participants to utilize technology for employment opportunities. Assisting 20 small businesses with computer access and utilization.