Our Community Education & Access program is based on Kramden Institute’s unique ability to provide both computer technology (laptop and desktop computers) and digital literacy education. This comprehensive program provides participants with several sessions of digital literacy training and awards free computers to participants upon successful completion of the training. This program is aimed at underserved communities.
We partner with funders, municipalities, and community groups to identify participants. Our partners include Coastal Federal Credit Union, Town of Chapel Hill Public Housing, Durham Housing Authority, Raleigh Housing Authority, Ahoskie Housing Authority, Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club in Durham, Boys and Girls Clubs of Wake County, Boys and Girls Club of Durham and Orange Counties, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Triangle, and Communities in Schools of Wake County.