Net Literacy’s Senior Connects program was cited in a social media study on Mobiledia. To read more, click on the image or visit the site by clicking on the link HERE. For more information, contact [email protected]
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Please click on the news story below (or on this link HERE) to read how Bright House Networks and Net Literacy’s partnership is working to increase Internet safety awareness to 100,000s of Americans.
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Carmel High School Net Literacy student volunteers will be honored at a special presentation by Mayor Jim Brainard; in recognition of the contribution that they are making in Carmel and throughout the state of Indiana. The presentation will occur on Monday, April 18 beginning at 3:30 p.m. at Carmel High School in the Business Department, … Read More » “Carmel High School Students Receive Recognition for support of Bright House Networks and Net Literacy Partnership”
Congressman Daniel Burton joined Net Literacy’s Honorary Board, in support of the student-founded entrepreneurial approach and service learning that promotes student success. Congressman Dan Burton is currently serving his fifthteenth term as a United States Representative from Indiana’s Fifth Congressional District. His first term in Congress began in January of 1983. The Fifth District lies … Read More » “Congressman Dan Burton Joins Net Literacy’s Honorary Board”
Bright House Networks and Net Literacy Donate Computers to Boone County Boys & Girls Clubs 11:47 AM, Mar 11, 2011 Through a partnership between Bright House Networks and Net Literacy, student volunteers of Net Literacy repurposed computers to be donated to the Boys & Girls Club of Zionsville, IN and the Boys & Girls Club … Read More » “Bright House Networks and Net Literacy Donate Computers to Boone County Boys & Girls Clubs”
Net Literacy is honored that the Indianapolis Business Journal named Net Literacy as a 2011 “Not-For-Profit of Note.” Download a PDF of the article by clicking here – The Indianapolis Business Journal Names Net Literacy – A Not For Profit of Note Note: the financial profile includes all related “in-kind” and “cash” services used and … Read More » “The IBJ Names Net Literacy “A Not-For-Profit of Note” For 2011″
Or click on the link: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704515904576075763253410454.html Teens Take Elders to Tech Boot Camp JANUARY 12, 2011 Al Kouba, who lives in Bend, Ore., was told by his son in California that his family’s Christmas letter would only be posted on Facebook—not mailed. That’s when the retired systems engineer knew it was time to play catch … Read More » “The Wall Street Journal Highlights the “Senior Connects” Program”
In 2009 and working with Net Literacy Honorary Board of Directors member Lt. Governor Becky Skillman, Net Literacy’s student volunteers agreed to increase the “digital ecosystem” in Indiana’s rural counties. During 2010-2012, Net Literacy committed to provide computers to 400 to 450 libraries, community centers, youth centers, and other nonprofits in 70 or more of … Read More » “Governor Daniels Proclaims “Indiana Net Literacy and Digital Literacy Day””