Connected Nation's digital skills training is for everyone! Have one of our team members come out and help your community or organization enhance their technology skills.
Training is available both in-person and virtually at no-cost to host organizations.
(Training available in English and Spanish)
Click below to let us know you are interested.
In 2023, Connected Nation partnered with 204 organizations to bring digital skills classes to communities all over the country - training 4,360 adults on technology skills needed to thrive in a digital world!
- Computer Basics
Learn the essentials of using your computer, including how to navigate and use your mouse efficiently.
- Internet Basics
Discover how to use popular web browsers like Google Chrome and make the most of search engines like Google with handy search tips.
- Internet Safety
Discover how to protect yourself online by creating secure accounts and avoiding common scams.
- Email Basics
Understand the basics of email, from sending messages to managing your inbox with ease.
- Mobile Device Basics
Get to grips with your iPhone or Android device, learning how to navigate it effectively along with some handy tricks.
- Video Conferencing
Learn how to set up a Zoom account, understand the difference between being a participant and a host, and explore its key features.
- Step One: Let us know you are interested by filling out this form. If you have additional questions, reach out to Tammy Spring at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Step Two: Work with Connected Nation to confirm the training date, training type, etc.
- Step Three: Local outreach to fill seats. (Connected Nation will provide electronic marketing materials).
- Step Four: Have interested participants register (registration link will be provided).
- Step Five: Participants attend workshops led by Connected Nation staff.
- Step Six: Participants complete AT&T surveys and receive a certification of completion.
The program is made possible as part of AT&T Connected Learning and AT&T's commitment to helping narrow the Digital Divide.