NH Digital Equity Summit: Growing Broadband, Computer & Support Access

Thursday, 14 March 2024 7:45 AM - 4:40 PM EDT

1066 Front Street, Manchester, NH, 03102, United States

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Summit registration Partial Approval - $60.00

03/14/2024

Includes continental breakfast, lunch, and break refreshments -- and a chance to win any of several great door prizes!

free (presenters and facilitators) Partial Approval - Free

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free registration (limited number of scholarships may be available on request) Partial Approval - Free

Please contact the summit organizer if you want to request a scholarship -- Bob McLaughlin at rmclaughlin@digitalequity.us or 1.802.249.1159.

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Thursday, 14 March 2024 7:45 AM - 4:40 PM EDT

Manchester Community College, 1066 Front Street, Manchester, NH, 03102, United States.

The summit will bring together leaders from learning technology, philanthropy, banking, healthcare, education and workforce development to develop action plans to:

Improve home and community-wide access to free and deeply discounted broadband

·      Mobilize philanthropic support for computers for low-income recipients for

o   Universal access to telehealth and teletherapy

o   Eliminating the homework gap for students in K12 schools and afterschool programs

o   Computers and assistive devices for low-income adults in workforce development, vocational rehabilitation, community college, adult education and senior centers

·      Develop a statewide network of trained digital navigators for safe & successful use of broadband and devices

National Collaborative for Digital Equity

www.digitalequity.us

The Weare, NH-based nonprofit National Collaborative for Digital Equity supports planning, facilitating and assessing digital equity initiatives not only for their own sake but also in support of economic and educational opportunity, healthcare access, civic engagement, and housing security, along with other important social impact goals.

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