The Inland Northwest Community Access Network (Tincan)

Spokane Broadband Technology Alliance - SBA

The Spokane Broadband Technology Alliance is proposing a joint Sustainable Broadband Adoption/Public Computer Centers project. The Spokane Broadband Technology Alliance Sustainable Broadband Adoption project, in combination with its associated Public Computer Centers project, plans to train an estimated 12,000 people over three years with an expected broadband adoption rate of 1,500 new broadband users, including 300 small businesses. The project proposes to provide training from basic computer skills to advanced multi-media production, e-commerce, and Internet for small businesses, as well as conduct community-based outreach campaigns to highlight the benefits of broadband for vulnerable populations of Spokane.

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$980,591
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BTOP in Action

Photo: “Cambridge Housing Authority BTOP in Action Students Using Computer” Cambridge Housing Authority

The Cambridge Housing Authority (CHA) re-opened two community computer centers, created a third...

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