|Description||Provide computer equipment and computer literacy instruction for low-income adults.|
|Partner||Edmonds Community College|
|Strategy||Learning Center at North Seattle WorkSource|
|Description||Provide computer equipment and computer literacy instruction for low-income youth.|
|Partner||Out-of-School Youth Consortium, Shoreline Comm. College|
|Strategy||Summer Computer Camp, Bothell|
|Description||Provide low income youth with computer literacy training.|
2001 - Edmonds School District, Alderwood Rotary, Cybercamps
|Strategy||Adult Computer Training Center, North King County|
Provide public housing residents and low-income participants with computer literacy training.
|Partner||King County Housing Authority and Shoreline Community College|
|Strategy||Seattle Vocational Institute|
|Description||Provide computer equipment and IT instruction for low income adults.|
|Partner||Seattle Vocational Institute (SVI)|
|Strategy||Provide computers to working low-income parents for online learning at home|
Participants taught how to take online classes; provided computers for length of classes. If successful in achieving learning objective, participants keep the computers.
|Partner||Shoreline Community College, Washington WorkFirst|
|Strategy||Infotech Academy at Cleveland High School|
High school staff have started an informal after school program designed to extend the school day and provide additional information technology learning opportunities in the computer labs.
|Partner||Seattle School District|
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