Each year NTEN gives away several NTENny Awards to those amazing folks who’ve offered their time and smarts to help NTEN staff and the community.
We do not address our divisions by hunkering down, talking only to those we know already share our beliefs, and planning for a future time of action. We address our divisions and create stronger ties by listening first, finding shared ground, and recommitting ourselves every day to the belief that we all do want a better America and to create it we all must take action every, single day.
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The digital divide is a multi-faceted issue and calls for a multi-faceted approach. I am interested in moving away from direct programming to policy work that enables us to attack this issue from many different sides.
Spending a year focused on digital inclusion work was invaluable to needs of my community. I am now a digital inclusion advocate and evangelist.
2015 Digital Inclusion Fellow Aneta Lee gave us an update on her work with the Parks and Recreation Department in Atlanta, Georgia.
Education is about more than just technical skills. Sometimes it’s about knowing that there’s a solution in the first place. So many people assume that their financial barriers are insurmountable, and they think that they need to buy a completely new piece of equipment, when a few tweaks or an inexpensive upgrade is all they need to get better use out of what they already have.
Digital Inclusion Fellow Sol Katia Jimenez gives us an update on her work with the Salt Lake Education Foundation in Salt Lake City, Utah
Digital Inclusion Fellow Jessica Washington gives us an update on her work with the Urban League of Central Carolinas in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Digital Inclusion Fellow James Butts gives us an update on his work with the Triangle Literacy Council in Raleigh, North Carolina.