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Digital Inclusion

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What is Digital Inclusion?

Digital Inclusion is a program that seeks to equip people with the technology skills they need to succeed in everyday work and life. Digital Inclusion partners with United Way of Utah County and with Centro Hispano Utah County to teach classes to all who are interested. Check out the 'Get Involved' tab to see more information about how we are currently serving!

How do I get involved?


Volunteer Description: Volunteers will help teach others how to use basic technology until they reach proficiency.

Volunteer Commitment: Volunteers commit to come to a class each week for the 10-week duration of the class at the times and places listed below. Fluency in Spanish will be very useful in certain instances, but not required for all service opportunities.

10 Week Classes (began the week of June 3rd)
Choose one or more of the following days to attend weekly:

  • Mondays at 6:30 pm in Spanish Fork
  • Tuesdays at 1:30 pm in American Fork
  • Tuesdays at 6:00 pm at South Franklin Community Center, Provo
  • Wednesdays at 10:00 am in Pleasant Grove (no class June 19th & July 24th)
  • Wednesdays at 6:00 pm in Orem (no class June 19th & July 24th)
  • Wednesdays at 7:00 pm in Orem (no class June 19th & July 24th)
  • Thursdays at 6:00 pm in Lehi (no class July 4th)
  • Thursdays at 6:00 pm at South Franklin Community Center, Provo (no class July 4th)

Step 1:

If you are interested, please let the Executive Director know which class you would like to attend. Contact information is found on the "Contact Us" tab.

Step 2:

Please complete this mandatory 25-minute Minor Protection Training before you begin volunteering.


Volunteer Leader Description: There are two kinds of leadership positions: Executive Director and Program Director. A program only has one Executive Director, but multiple program directors. Leaders are generally responsible for overseeing recruitment, retention, and reflection with volunteers. They also coordinate service with community partners and ensure their program runs smoothly. Volunteer leaders may also share the responsibilities of volunteers as outlined in the Volunteer Description. For more information, visit our section called Be a Leader!

Volunteer Leader Commitment: In addition to volunteering, Volunteer leaders commit to a 1-hour monthly team meeting to discuss needs and make plans for the program.


Apply to become a leader by completing one of the applications below (if there are no applications, then this program is not accepting leaders at this time):

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Available by email at

Neal Baird, Executive Director

(702) 863-3674
Office Hour:

Michael Nichols

(256) 993-2236