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Computer Training Webinars

WEBINAR BUNDLE - Free web-based trainings that allow participants to take computer training from anywhere.

Smart Communities Award Ceremony

Smart Communities Award Ceremony: This Award Ceremony will honor students, community partners as well as lead agencies that helped make this program successful.

The Englewood Community Becomes Digital Savvy

The Smart Communities Program in Englewood has helped the community and the residents bridge the digital disconnect through technology training.

Graduation Day Means New Technology

The Earned Computers for Training program distributed its first rounds of netbooks to graduates at a joyous ceremony in Englewood and in other Smart Communities.

Reggie Hilliard

My name is reggie hilliard I go to hydepark.

Eugene Reed

my name is Eugene Reed , I go to Harper high school.

maritza wills

All About ME: Hi my name is Maritza Wills  I attend Hyde Park Career Academy I am a senior.

Joshua lunn

My name is Joshua lunn. I am a 15 year old student at UIC College prep. I maintain a GPA of over 3.5 and currently have a 3.91.

Charles Ross

Information about Charles Ross of ASM.

Angela Jordan

All about  Angela Jordan

Ronisha Stewart

I, Ronisha Stewart, am a very intelligent, dependent, funny, king-hearted, 
and determined person.

Lamirah Gill

Hi my name Lamirah Gill I am currently attending Gwendolyn Brooks College Prep Academy. 

SHYNESHA.STEWART

All about Shynesha Stewart.

Englewood Smart Communities Awards

Englewood residents earn Netbooks and Certificate of Digital Literacy

Technology Testimonial

 Hear first hand testimonial from Digital Literacy recipient of Englewood.

Family Net Center Fall 2011 Computer Class Schedule

The Family Net Centers are a part of the Smart Communities program, which works to ensure increased digital access and use for families, businesses and other institutions in five Chicago neighborhoods: Auburn Gresham, Chicago Lawn, Englewood, Humboldt Park and Pilsen. Funded through the federal Broadband Technology Opportunities Program and supported by LISC/Chicago, Smart Communities is part of the City ofChicago’s Digital Excellence Initiative and operated by key agencies in each of the communities.

The Family Net Center at Kennedy King College is now OPEN!

The Family Net Centers are a part of the Smart Communities program, which works to ensure increased digital access and use for families, businesses and other institutions in five Chicagoneighborhoods: Auburn Gresham, Chicago Lawn, Englewood, Humboldt Park and Pilsen. Funded through the federal Broadband Technology Opportunities Program and supported by LISC/Chicago, Smart Communities is part of the City of Chicago’s Digital Excellence Initiative and operated by key agencies in each of the communities.

L.E.A.D. Englewood from Lead- A SMART Communities Initiative funded by Loyola University

L.E.A.D. Englewood From Lead is a SMART Communities Initiative sponsored by Loyola University.

New Web Site Tells Smart Communities’ Story

At SmartCommunitiesChicago.org, readers can learn about all aspects of the program that sponsors the Englewood Portal.

Family Net Center Computer Training

The Family Net Center is a part of Center for Working Families and Smart Communities that offers FREE Computer Training to Englewood, Washington Park and Woodlawn residents as well as Kennedy King College Students.

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