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Network Hub and Cable

Additional Sources of Assistance

Closing the "Digital Divide" requires assistance in ensuring devices (Laptops), connectivity, and technical skills are available.  Below are some resources available to students and veterans.

The Affordable Connectivity Program


The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a Federal benefit
program that assists low income households pay for internet service.

The benefit is $30 per month and can be as high as $75 per month.
The enrollment is only a two-step process and eligibility requirements
are not stringent.

Laptops 4 Learning encourages laptop recipients to avail
themselves of this Program.

To find out which Internet Service Provider services your
neighborhood and are participants in the ACP go to Find Internet
Service Provider.

L4L recommends that you apply for the ACP particularly if
you are a student.

Technology Tutorials

Round Library

For almost 20 years, the program has helped millions around the world learn the essential skills they need to live and work in the 21st century by offering self-paced online courses.


Free online tutorials are available on topics such as Computer Basics, Internet Browsers, Social Media, Online Safety and Microsoft Office Tools.

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