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COVID-19 DIGITAL INCLUSION COMMUNITY RESOURCES

The City wants to ensure that everyone has equitable access and use of the Internet, computers and computer literacy training courses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Check out the COVID-19-related digital inclusion community resources below. Visit the provider’s website for additional information and clarification about eligibility requirements.

LOW-COST INTERNET

  • Through the human-I-T Connect Program, qualified low-income households with limited budgets can subscribe to low-cost Internet offers in their area.
  • Proof of low-income status varies based on the Internet service provider.
  • If you live in a qualified zip code, you may qualify a FREE CHROMEBOOK!

To apply for the Connect Program, see the contact information below.

AFFORDABLE COMPUTERS

  • Through the human-I-T Equip Program, non-profits and low-income households can purchase a desktop or laptop for as low as $100.
  • All computers come with:
    • 1-year free warranty
    • 1-year of technical support
    • Free shipping

To apply for the Equip Program, see the contact information below.

FREE COMPUTER LITERACY TRAINING COURSES

  • Through the human-I-T Include Program, individuals can receive a free self-paced online course on basic computer skills such as:
    • How to use a mouse
    • Keyboard basics
    • What is an operating system
    • How to use the Internet safely
    • How to create and use email

To apply for the Equip Program, see the contact information below.

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