More and more educational institutions, nonprofits, and other organizations play a critical role in facilitating access to essential digital learning tools–Internet service and computers. Through strategic financial investments, schools and organizations can overcome one of the largest barriers to broadband and computer adoption: cost. Leveraging its partnerships with Internet Service Providers, computer refurbishers, and experience supporting diverse agencies with device (modems, hotspots) planning and deployment efforts, EveryoneOn can help you facilitate the purchase of Internet service and computers for students and families your agency serves.EveryoneOn, dedicated to closing the digital gap, is proud to work with and promote the following Internet service solutions. We invite you to contact us to learn more and explore connectivity solutions for your students. Email us at email@example.com
|Program Name||Program Description||Requirements|
|The 1 Million Project by Sprint||Through the 1Million Project, Sprint and the Sprint Foundation will help close the homework gap by providing free devices and wireless service to schools to connect 1 million low income high school students (over a period of five years) who don’t have home internet access. The next application round will open at the beginning of the 2017/2018 school year.
||High schools and school districts must meet the following requirements:
|ConnectED by Sprint||As part of the President’s and the U.S. Department of Education’s ConnectED Initiative, Sprint launched ConnectED by Sprint to connect 50,000 K-12 students across the nation with free Internet service on the 4G LTE network.
||While Sprint has met their commitment of 50,000 lines to students, it may consider applications on a case-by-case basis. K-12 schools and school districts must meet the following requirements:
|T-Mobile ConnectHome Plan||T-Mobile is donating devices (tablets and hotspots), while supplies last, to public housing authorities, schools, libraries, and nonprofits to help bridge the digital gap for K-12 students. Participating organizations must purchase Internet plans.
||School districts and public housing authorities with students without Internet access at home must meet the following requirements:
|Kajeet SmartSpot||Kajeet, a national organization, is dedicated to supporting educational growth of K-12 students by providing reliable Internet service. Kajeet works with school districts to identity and deploy Internet service solutions for students.
The Kajeet SmartSpot solution is a WiFi hotspot compatible with many laptop, tablets, Chromebooks and other devices that allows students to connect to the Verizon or Sprint 4G LTE networks. Kajeet offers two Educational Broadband plans that can be customized to meet school district budget constraints, staff capacity, and other needs. Features include (as listed on the Kajeet website):
|There are no minimum student or district requirements to qualify for the Kajeet off-campus connectivity program. Kajeet provides a quote upon request.|
Devices are a critical component of digital learning. With a network of five national and certified computer partners, EveryoneOn will help you find the best laptop or tablet for your needs and budget. Our partners offer competitive prices and provide essential support to schools.
We Can Help!
As a national non-profit with extensive experience executing national and local broadband adoption strategies that have connected thousands of households, we can provide planning and deployment expertise.
We invite you to contact us to learn more and explore connectivity solutions for your students. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.