Technology

In this section you’ll find info about free or low-cost computers/classes and low-cost internet services.

Comcast Internet Essentials

Comcast Internet Essentials

Statewide

Comcast's Internet Essentials is a high-speed, low-cost internet service for eligible low-income households at a cost of $9.95 per month. Wireless Wi-Fi is included. The program is open to anyone eligible for public help, from food stamps and Pell Grants to Medicaid.

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Community Outreach Centers

Community Outreach Centers

Statewide

Denver

Community Outreach Centers provide free phones and data plans. They also provide tablets for $20. Call or walk in to get signed up for a phone. To qualify, you only need to have an active EBT or Medicaid. You need to bring a valid Colorado state-issued ID to their office. Community Outreach Centers will soon be statewide in Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Grand Junction, and Greeley.

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Community Technology Center at the Denver Public Library – Free Computer Classes

Community Technology Center at the Denver Public Library – Free Computer Classes

Denver Metro

Denver

The Denver Public Library has a community technology center that offers technology classes. The class schedule changes every month, so you will need to call, check the website, or drop by. If you are a beginner and know nothing about computers, ask about classes that will help you get started. You can receive help from the basics to coding. Other public libraries also provide technology centers.

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PCs for People–Low Cost Computers

PCs for People–Low Cost Computers

Denver Metro

Denver

PCs for People offers low cost laptop and desktop computers. Call the number provided for eligibility info and current costs. Ask about the low cost internet program that’s as low as $11.25 to $16/month for a hot spot.

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Rapid IT Training & Employment

Rapid IT Training & Employment

Denver Metro

Through the Rapid IT Training and Employment (RITEI) program, CCCS colleges will train up to 400 Coloradans via online platforms in a CompTIA A+ Certification or one of the five Google IT Professional Certificates for free. After short-term training (three to six months), program participants will get connected to an “earn while you learn” work-based learning opportunity and receive one-on-one career coaching. Individuals ages 17 and older who are currently under- or unemployed and live in the Denver metro area are eligible to apply regardless of previous education experience.

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Starry Connect

Starry Connect

Denver Metro

Denver

Starry Connect is a social change company that partners with buildings in low-income areas to provide low-cost internet. You can enter your address to see if the service is available in your area. It might take you asking for the service to get it in your area. They currently provide service in only a handful of cities, but Denver is one of them! You can also email them at support@starry.com.

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