We just came across the post and though it’s circa 2009, thought it would be interesting to share. Click on the link (http://www.showyourimpact.org/microsoft/2009/submissions/how-microsoft-techsoup-and-1000-student-volunteers-reduced-digital-divide) or read the article below: How Microsoft, TechSoup, and 1000 student volunteers reduced the digital divide for 100,000 individuals. Organization Information: – Organization Name: Net Literacy – City & State: Carmel, Indiana … Read More » “How Microsoft, TechSoup, and 1000 student volunteers reduced the digital divide for 100,000 individuals.”
Net Literacy In The News
Net Literacy has donated computers to 1000s of nonprofits since our inception, including schools, public libraries, community centers, senior centers, facilities for the victims of domestic violence, afterschool programs, and churches, among others. I was just forwarded an article from last year that mentions past Net Literacy Student Chair David Johnson help providing computers for … Read More » “Net Literacy student volunteers are behind the scenes helping 1000s of Indiana nonprofits increase access to technology to 10,000s of Hoosiers”
July 28, 2015 For over ten years, the Indianapolis nonprofit Net Literacy has been run by teenagers, with the mantra of not letting well-intentioned adults get in the way of the students. Like their other programs, the summer Safe Connects internship program was suggested by the teen members of the board of directors. Read the … Read More » “Net Literacy – by Partners Bridging the Digital Divide”
Net Literacy is a story about a team of more than 3500 student volunteers, and here’s how our community service makes ALL of us special. Read “Your Special” by clicking on the image below:
Read the article directly at http://www.currentzionsville.com/2015/03/02/zionsville-students-selected-share-messages-internet-safety/ Zionsville students selected to share messages on internet safety BY ADMIN · MARCH 2, 2015 By Mark Ambrogi Zionsville Middle School seventh-grader Zac Worth will soon be coming to a TV screen near you, and it all started when he saw a flyer advertising the opportunity to be in … Read More » “Zionsville students selected to share messages on internet safety”
Carmel, IN (April 15, 2014) – Bright House Networks, Net Literacy and Carmel Clay Schools were honored at a special presentation by Mayor Brainard and the City of Carmel for their contribution to the community of Carmel. Since 2004, Carmel High School’s Net Literacy student volunteers have donated computers to families of Carmel Clay School’s … Read More » “City of Carmel Proclaims April 15th Bright House Networks, Carmel Clay Schools, and Net Literacy Community Service Recognition Day”
Click on the image to read “Handling A Bully,” Indy Child’s Magazine or click on the link – http://issuu.com/indyschild/docs/0114-ic-issuu/25?e=1104541/6181118
Students from Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) have been honored for their winning ideas in Bright House Networks and Net Literacy’s Students Against Bullying Contest. The campaign is part of Bright House Networks and Net Literacy’s push to promote young people as active allies and advocates in bullying prevention.
Published by the Broad Ripple Gazette on August 1, 2013. Please click on the link to read the article: Net Literacy and Broad Ripple Magnet High School Send Technology Where It’s Needed For more information, email [email protected]
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