Three nonprofits receive grants from NCTA Foundation to provide digital skills training in USA

Three USA nonprofit organizations will receive grants from the Internet & Television Association to start initiatives that promote digital literacy and jobs in ICT. With a total value of $325,000 USD, the organizations will be enabled to implement their programs and provide youth and families with tools to become competitive in the labor market. The three organizations that will receive grants are:

  • Byte Back: a digital inclusion group that will create a video production studio to expand its open training curriculum
  • Silver Spring: an organization that is engaged on finding ways to end poverty, it will extend its Workforce Readiness Program by creating a technology lab to teach ICT skills
  • BUILD Metro DC: will teach kids from underserved communities how to code, design websites and become entrepreneurs

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