The Info Tech program at the Urban League is designed to create a more digitally engaged community for a better life quality.
The goals of the Info Tech program are to:
- Eliminate digital illiteracy throughout the community.
- Shorten the gap caused by the digital divide.
- Ease digital access (internet and/or digital devices).
- Create a more digitally independent community.
- Help community members develop digital skills for better job opportunities.
We offer free Digital Navigation Services to all our community members who need it. For inquiries, please contact our Infotech Participant Navigator, Abdalla Ahmed, via firstname.lastname@example.org.
With the support of the Workforce Development Council of Seattle – King County, we have developed a course aimed at improving digital literacy in our community. During this training, participants will be able to gain knowledge about the physical components of a computer, gain the skills to navigate through Windows Operating System, access the internet safely, learn how to use Microsoft Office programs, and more.
At the completion of a program or workshop, participants will receive a certificate of completion and will celebrate their achievements with the Urban League staff.
This program offers up to $30 discount on internet, and a one-time $100 discount for a laptop, tablet, or a computer desktop with a co-payment of more than $10 but less than $50 for eligible participants. This is a government-based program that was created to support low-income households pay for internet. For eligibility requirements, click the button below.
If you are eligible, we can help you learn more about the ACP and assist you with the application process. For inquiries, please contact our Infotech Participant Navigator, Abdalla Ahmed, via email@example.com.
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