We are hosting a community meeting on behalf of the Office of the Chief Technology Officer around the Connect.DC program on Tuesday at the Trinidad Recreation Center. We would appreciate your help spreading the word and welcome you to attend as well.
Connect.DC created the Connected Communities Initiative (CCI) to increase Internet access and use by residents, businesses and community institutions in low- and moderate-income neighborhoods in the District of Columbia. The first phase of CCI began by focusing on neighborhood clusters--“digital footprints”--in Ward 7 and 8 and we are planning to expand the initiative to other neighborhoods over the next year.
We are inviting residents and community leaders to share their thoughts about how they currently use technology and provide feedback on ways to get more people in their neighborhoods to use it. This community conversation will also give participants an opportunity to ask the Connect.DC team questions about current programs and join our efforts to bring tech training and access to all DC residents.
Trinidad Recreation Center-1310 Childress Street NE, Washington, DC