Join the City of Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Sly James, and the Kansas City Coalition for Digital Inclusion for Digital Inclusion Awareness Day on July 15.
This free community event will provide citizens with the opportunity to sign-up for low cost-internet, computer classes and affordable computers. Kansas City is the third city in the nation to adopt a digital inclusion plan focused on improving access and improving digital equity.
More information about the event:
July 15, 2017
9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
Mohart Multipurpose Center
3200 Wayne Avenue
Kansas City, MO
9am-9:15am – Mayor to provide opening remarks
9:20am-10:20am – Panel Discussion and Q&A of Relevancy and Resources
- Panel Moderator – Aaron Deacon, KC Digital Drive
- Debby Ballard, Sprint
- Tom Esselman, Connecting for Good
- Carrie Coogan, KC Library
- Sheridin Jones, HAKC Resident (pending confirmation)
- Ron Farmer, CHES, Inc.
10:25am-10:30am – Raffle Giveaways
10:30am-12pm – Table set ups by Digital Inclusion Coalition Members