Every week we like to look back at everything we have read to bring you more information about the digital divide, digital inclusion and technology trends from around the web. Today on The Weekly Plug we look at Coors Light Lideres which nominated Gabe Middleton for a $25,000 grant, a highlight from the Long Beach Post covering human-I-T and the high-speed broadband gap in this edition of The Weekly Plug.
Coors Light Lideres Facebook Event
Coors Light Lideres is in full swing and you can still vote for Gabe Middleton 10X everyday until August 18th. Invite you family and friends to our event to help us win a $25,000 grant from the Coors Light Lideres program. Your can make a difference this year for human-I-T and the communities we serve.
CEO of Digital Equity Focused Nonprofit Recognized For Commitment to Latino Community
We have a highlight from the Long Beach Post that covers our CEO, Gabe Middleton, who is currently nominated for the Coors Light Lideres grant. Spread the word about the best nonprofit in Long Beach and make your vote count everyday. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin & Instagram about how we’re connecting more people together.
Closing The High-Speed Broadband Gap
Nearly 35 million Americans are without high speed broadband internet, which has left many without opportunities. Connecting more people will require new ways of thinking and using necessary resources to make it a reality.
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