Grants Awarded: Public Computer Center Projects

Below is a list of all BTOP Public Computer Center grants announced to date. The title of each grant recipient is linked to an information page about that grant, including a link to all BTOP progress reports filed by the recipient to date.

Recipient Project Total Awardsort icon State
Missouri Department of Higher Education Pathways to Broadband Access and Technology Education at Missouri’s Community Colleges $4,978,977
Thomas Edison State College New Jersey Libraries: Anchor Institutions as Instruments of Recovery $5,104,914
Alaska Department of Education & Early Development Networking Alaska Public Libraries $5,351,378
Youth Policy Institute, Inc. YPI Public Computer Centers Program $5,572,361
South Carolina State Board for Technical and Comprehensive Education SC Reach for Success $5,903,040
Michigan State University Evidence Based Computer Centers II $6,056,819
The City of Philadelphia Philadelphia Freedom Rings $6,362,129
City of Los Angeles, California Los Angeles Computer Access Network $7,496,157
Texas State Library & Archives Commission Technology Expertise, Access, and Learning (TEAL) $7,955,941
City of El Paso The Virtual Village: Digital El Paso’s Pathway to Success $8,395,752
State Library of Louisiana Louisiana Libraries Connecting People to Their Potential $8,797,668
City of Chicago SmartChicago Public Computer Centers $8,974,283
New York State Education Department New York Computer Centers: Broadbandexpress@yourlibrary $9,521,150
Technology for All, Inc. Texas Connects Coalition $9,588,279
City of New York NYC Connected Communities $13,917,562
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