NOMINATE A DIGITAL LEADER IN SAN FRANCISCO
If you know of an individual, company, organization, or funder doing exemplary work to close the digital divide in San Francisco, it’s time to nominate them for the 2020 Digital Leaders Awards. The deadline for nominations is April 3, 2020. Follow this link for additional information or go directly to the nomination form here.
LEARNER SPOTLIGHT: MARY MIDGETT
Mary Midgett, age 83, is an author and former teacher at Booker T. Washington Center in the Western Addition. She goes to Bernal Heights Senior Center a couple days a week learning digital skills on social media and other essential skills such as website publishing.Read more about Mary on CTN’s blog
VOLUNTEER SPOTLIGHT: RUDY LACOE
A Community Tech Network volunteer since 2011, Rudy currently helps job seekers at Goodwill, one of CTN’s valued training partners in San Francisco. He estimates he has assisted with over 500 resumes during that period. Read more about Rudy on CTN’s blog
BECOME A VOLUNTEER!
In today’s world, those without the skills to use a computer or access the internet are at a much higher risk of social and economic disadvantage. For 12 years, CTN volunteers have been providing relevant digital skills training to low-income adults and seniors. Follow this link to learn about current volunteer opportunities! Ready to get started? Complete our online application here
AUSTIN PARTNERS GETTING MORE FAMILIES CONNECTED
The lives of 20 low-income families will change forever when CTN and a new Austin partner join forces to provide digital skills training at Cardinal Point in northwest Austin. This is a great example of our successes in building and supporting community collaborations. Read more about our partnerships on CTN’s blog.
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