Round 3: Call for Proposals for BAND-NC Funding

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The third round of BAND-NC funding to extend digital inclusion grants to North Carolina communities are available. The application deadline was November 1, 2021.

BAND-NC will provide mini-grants to communities across the state who want to begin a digital inclusion planning process or implement digital inclusion plans.

Some North Carolina counties have received rounds one and two BAND-NC funding. Check this website to see the status in your county. You can apply for funding or work with those who have already received the BAND-NC funding.

Please contact Kenny Sherin if you have questions about this opportunity. Visit the Broadband Resources page for information and ways to take action on broadband issues.

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Kenneth Sherin, N.C. Cooperative ExtensionKenneth SherinBroadband Access and Education Coordinator and County Extension Director Call Kenneth Email Kenneth N.C. Cooperative Extension, Randolph County Center
Updated on Sep 17, 2021
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