Listening Tour About Broadband Access and Digital Equity

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NCDIT Closing the Digital Divide from the Mountains to Coast Listening Tour

It is time to help North Carolina close the digital divide by attending a Listening Session near you. N.C. Department of Information Technology (NCDIT) will host a statewide listening tour focused on closing the digital divide. The Closing the Digital Divide: From Mountains to Coast.

Help the state make plans to bring high-speed internet access and digital equity to all North Carolinians. Individuals, community leaders and organizations may register for a Closing the Digital Divide: From Mountains to Coast regional session to share input on their community’s needs for access to affordable, high-speed internet service, devices and digital skills resources. This feedback will inform statewide plans to close the digital divide. Space is limited at each location, so register online.

The Closing the Digital Divide: From Mountains to Coast listening tour, hosted by the NCDIT Division of Broadband and Digital Equity, follows the planning requirements set by the U.S. Department of Commerce National Telecommunications Information Administration’s Broadband Equity, Access, and Deployment (BEAD) Program and Digital Equity Program. The listening tour will include the following stops in each of the eight prosperity regions defined by the N.C. General Assembly:

  • April 25: Fayetteville
  • April 26: Rocky Mount
  • April 27: Jacksonville
  • May 2: Kernersville
  • May 4: Morganton
  • May 8: Cherokee
  • May 11: Elizabeth City
  • May 16: Wingate

Click Here to Register for a Listening Session. Your voice at these sessions will help shape broadband and digital equity work statewide in the near future and beyond.

N.C. Cooperative Extension is building capacity to help people gain the digital skills needed to EARN, LEARN, BE WELL, and LIVE WELL in a digitally dependent world.

Visit the Broadband Resources page for information and ways to take action on broadband issues.

Click here on Broadband News to see broadband information related to N.C. Cooperative Extension

Please contact Kenny Sherin if you have questions or want to share resources.

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