AT&T and Monterey Peninsula Foundation joined forces with Human-IT to organize a Chromebook Distribution Resource Fair at The Village Project, Inc.’s After School Academy, resulting in the generous donation of 300 Chromebooks and digital resources. The event was marked by smiles as students and families supported by The Village Project, Inc. received their Chromebooks. We strive to address the unmet needs of the BIPOC community, including tackling the digital divide, which disproportionately affects families of color.
In society where technology plays a crucial role in connecting people to pathways for prosperity - ranging from college and job applications to acquiring essential digital skills for career advancement - those without computers or connectivity face a significant disadvantage. Providing students and families with computers opens doors for them to thrive in the modern world, whether it’s completing homework or filling out a job application. It connects them to greater possibilities and opportunities for success.