The free digital literacy training is available to

A Platform for Digital Opportunity
Low-Cost Home Internet Service
Connect2Compete (C2C) is a national non-profit
program working to bring digital opportunity to
100M unconnected Americans through low-cost
Internet service and free digital training.
C2C is working with leading school districts and
today’s technology companies to provide offers of
low-cost high-speed Internet for students and their
families, along with the digital skills to effectively
and safely utilize the Internet.
Program Offers
$9.95 per month
Internet for up to
2 years
• Visit
• Call 855-222-3252 to see if you qualify.
Free in-person
computer and
Internet training
• Call 1-855-EVRY1ON
• Text “CONNECT” to 303-64
• Visit and enter
zip code to find your closest training
Who qualifies
To be eligible for low-cost Internet, families must:
• Have a child in the home who receives 1 of the following :
• a)Free school meals through the National School Lunch
Program (NSLP);
• b)Assistance through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance
Program (SNAP) or
• c)Assistance through the Temporary Assistance For Needy
Families (TANF)
• Not have subscribed to Cox Internet service within the last 90
• Have no outstanding debt with Cox
The free digital literacy training is available to anyone regardless of answers to the
How to apply
• Step 1: Complete the C2C application via web
www.connect2compete/cox or by phone
• Step 2: Upon approval, call Cox for Internet
connection; this information is given to families after
they’ve been approved
The free digital literacy training is available to anyone regardless of
answers to the above.
School Initiatives
• Distribute flyers to families
• Send letter to families from principal
• Host Informational meetings
• Support enrollment through registration events
• Encourage students to let their parents know about C2C
• Utilize robo call messages to announce program
• Leverage existing school events to inform eligible families
• Talk to PTAs, teachers and counselors about C2C
• Feature articles in school newsletter

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