KIDS TECH SUMMIT

April 22, 2022 at 4pm ET

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The Kids Tech Summit hosted by Connected Nation and sponsored by AT&T will provide an opportunity for students to use their digital skills to develop 100% student-led community projects that will help to enhance their out-of-classroom digital learning experience while offering a real-world opportunity for community service and to make a difference in their communities.

Projects may focus on one or more of the following areas:

Bring community awareness of benefits of high-speed internet

Students must develop a program to bring awareness to the importance of internet at home. Student can use videos, social media or other technologies.

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Digital literacy training

Students should design a program to provide basic computer skills training for community members such as their peers, seniors, parents, etc.

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Computer refurbishing and repair

Students must develop a program to refurbish old school or donated computers and donate them locally.

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Community websites

Students can develop and manage a local website that helps the community.

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PSAs ON HOMEWORK GAP OR OTHER TECHNOLOGY-RELATED TOPIC

Students should facilitate a discussion on the homework gap.

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April 22, 2022 at 4pm ET

The selected project teams will be invited to present their projects to a panel of technology experts via a virtual event hosted by Connected Nation. Awards will be granted as follows:

1st place:
$7,500
2nd place:
$5,000
3rd place:
$3,500
4th place:
$2,000
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The Kids Tech Summit is a continuation of AT&T’s $10 million commitment to helping our nation’s most at-risk children.

Through this commitment AT&T and Connected Nation have delivered hotspots to 150 schools and nonprofits across the country, providing connectivity for more than 40,000 vulnerable students.

AT&T K-12 Homework Gap Program: Frequently Asked Questions

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