State and Community Leaders

Need to develop an effective plan for expanding high-speed internet access while navigating current funding for your state or community? This is your stop.

Funding Opportunities

Want to keep up with the latest broadband-related funding for states, communities, and individuals and families? This is your “go to” for the latest details.

How We Can Help You

Aren’t sure where to begin? Head here to learn more about all the ways Connected Nation can help—from improving classroom connectivity to developing a plan for expanding internet infrastructure.

State and Community Leaders

Funding Opportunities

How We Can Help You

How Connected Nation helps communities and states close the Digital Divide

"Our mission is to improve lives by providing innovative solutions that expand the access, adoption, and use of high-speed internet and its related technologies to all people.  Everyone belongs in a Connected Nation."
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Mapping Our Reach: Track Connected Nation's Work

Since its start in 2001, Connected Nation has been offering programs and initiatives across the United States to help bridge the Digital Divide.

From state-based technology planning and mapping programs to national educational technology initiatives, Connected Nation has partners in all sectors including libraries, schools, state and local governments, large technology companies, and small businesses. Our impact on the adoption, access, and use of technology is vast.

We invite you to explore this map which highlights both our past and current key initiatives within each state. Just click on your area to discover more.

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