ConnectHomeUSA Hosts National Summit to Build Upon Successful Digital Inclusion Work, Announces New ConnectHomeUSA Ambassador Michael D. Johnson
ConnectHome and ConnectHomeUSA communities gathered in Washington, D.C. to continue their work on the innovative program that will connect people living in U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)-assisted housing across the United States.
EveryoneOn is pleased to announce a new branding for our commitment to connect people living in public housing across the United States.
30 New Communities To Join ConnectHome Nation Initiative
This is the first ConnectHome Nation cohort, with the goal of expanding to more than 100 communities by 2020.
$20,000 Reasons Why ConnectHome Nation Students Need the Internet
The homework gap is the “cruelest part of the digital divide”. This declaration by former FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel reflects the biggest focus of technology in education - to eradicate the gap in opportunities for academic success between students who have internet access and those who do not.
ConnectHome to Expand to More Than 100 Communities
Starting Summer 2017, the innovative ConnectHome initiative will grow, with the goal of connecting 350,000 people by 2020.
VIDEO: A Discussion on the Digital Divide with Tom Brokaw and Adm. Mike Mullen
we had the opportunity to sit down and talk with veteran newsman Tom Brokaw and Mullen. Check out some of our conversation.
Veteran Journalist & Admiral’s ‘Great Conversation” Helps Raise Funds for EveryoneOn
Recently, EveryoneOn gathered with a legendary newsman Tom Brokaw and former chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Adm. Mike Mullen to have a conversation about current affairs.
EveryoneOn Offers Reaction to Lifeline Reform Rollback
Today, EveryoneOn joins the chorus of nonprofits, organizations, and advocates in expressing concern about recent rollbacks to the Federal Communications Commission’s Lifeline program.
On Friday, February 03, 2017, the FCC… Read more
EveryoneOn Awarded 100K to Continue Work Bridging the Digital Divide
The Rockefeller Foundation and Unreasonable Institute announced today the winners of a $1 million urban innovation challenge to develop scalable solutions to complex urban problems facing poor or vulnerable people across the country.