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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?

If you're interested in volunteering, please fill out this form.

Mondays
1:30pm Provo Assisted Living
6pm Spanish Fork

Tuesdays
1:30pm American Fork Senior Center
6pm SFCC Class (Spanish)

Wednesdays
10am Pleasant Grove Senior Center
6pm Orem Library

Thursdays
6pm Orem Catholic Church (Spanish)
7pm Springville Library

Classes start the week of Sunday, January 28th and run through the week of Sunday, March 17th. Specific addresses can be attained by reaching out to us through the information listed on the content tab or by filling out the survey found here.

Volunteer Commitment:

Volunteers commit to come to a class each week for the 10 week duration of the class, given at the place and time listed above. Fluency in Spanish will be very useful in certain instances, but not required for all service opportunities.

Training:

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

Directors

Available by email at digitalinclusion@byu.edu

Neal Baird, Executive Director

(702) 863-3674
Office Hour: Fridays 10:00-11:00 AM

Michael Nichols

(256) 993-2236