Monthly Archives: April 2011

NET LITERACY RECOGNIZED BY COMPUTERWORLD AS A 2011 HONORS LAUREATE

April 21, 2011— IDG’s Computerworld Honors Program today announces Net Literacy as a 2011 Laureate out of more than 1,000 nominations. The annual award program honors visionary applications of information technology promoting positive social, economic and educational change. Net Literacy was nominated by Intel. “The number and quality of nominations this year were very inspiring and demonstrate how valuable IT is to community change,” said John Amato, Publisher, Computerworld. “Computerworld is very proud to name the 2011 class of Laureates …
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City of Carmel Proclaims April 18 “Net Literacy, Carmel Clay Schools, and Bright House Networks Community Service Recognition Day”

Net Literacy is honored and grateful for the City of Carmel’s support and advocacy. “In 2004 when I was still in middle school, I called Mayor Brainard to ask him if our new nonprofit could conduct its first computer drive in City Hall so we could have computers to refurbish and then donate to build computer labs in senior centers, independent living facilities, and other nonprofits” said Daniel Kent, Founder of Net Literacy. “I was kind of nervous to be …
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Lilly Endowment Funds Net Literacy for a Fifth Year, Lumina Foundation Funds Net Literacy for a Third Year

Thank you… At Net Literacy, students write the grants as we learn about real world and real life experiences – and how business works. We have learned that by under promising and over delivering – a relationship develops between a grantors and a nonprofit (and us student volunteers) to be guardians and responsible with the money entrusted to us. Sometimes, words are not enough, but thank you… Through these grants, we will provide hundreds of families computers for children on …
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Broadband for America Features Net Literacy’s State-wide Digital Inclusion Initiative

Broadband for America is a national consortium of over 300 members ranging from independent consumer advocacy groups, to content and application providers, to the companies which build and maintain the Internet. Together, these organizations represent the hundreds of millions of Americans who are literally connected through Broadband. Broadband for America’s mission is to make broadband access to the Internet available to every household in the nation; to provide data transfer speeds to make that broadband experience valuable to users; and …
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8,000 Hoosiers to Use Computers Donated by Net Literacy in Posey County

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