What are the different options for residents to get low cost Internet (broadband) and a computer at home? What can non-profits do to refer people to the different programs? Join us for the Home Internet & Computers for Low-Income Residents: A webinar for social service providers & community organizations tomorrow, July 25th 10:30-11:30 AM.
Four companies in our area (Comcast, CenturyLink, Mobile Citizen/InterConnection and Freedom Pop) are offering Internet service for low-income residents for approximately $10/month. Most are also offering lower cost computers as well. Learn about their guidelines and how non-profits can work with them to qualify people for the discounts. This webinar, hosted by City of Seattle Community Technology Program, with the Communities Connect Network/EdLab Group, will include panelists from InterConnection, CenturyLink, Connect2Compete/EveryoneOn, and Solid Ground’s ConnectUp. Kate Farmer from Neighborhood House will also share their experience helping people sign up for the discounted service programs.
If you are interested in participating, here are the webinar instructions:
BEFORE THE WEBINAR
Test your connection:
ON THE DAY OF THE EVENT
You will need simultaneous phone and Internet access.
1) Go to: http://connectpro35337274.adobeconnect.com/ccnp
2) Enter your first and last name and click <Enter Room>
3) A webinar moderator will accept your request to enter the room.
4) Connect to the conference call:
Access Code: 596741
Contact our team if you have any questions or need clarification.