Connect every last American to the power
of the Internet
Big goals demand big solutions – so, for the first time, we are making high-speed Internet and devices affordable to every type of American. Whether you're a senior or a "twenty-something," a student or a parent, a veteran or perhaps all of the above - you could be eligible for our low-cost technology.
Connect2Compete (C2C) is a national non-profit organization bringing together leaders from communities, the private sector, and leading foundations.
Through its programs and the power of technology, C2C will improve the lives of Americans – regardless of their age, race, or education level. C2C will help Americans access technology through Digital Literacy training, discounted high-speed Internet, and low-cost computers.
Through our collective impact model, we work in partnership with the nation’s leading Internet providers, hardware and software manufacturers, digital content creators, and more than 10,000 libraries and nonprofits to deliver free and affordable technology and training to all Americans.
Our Initiatives (How We Do It)
To drive awareness and relevance, we have designed and launched a three year, multi-media, bi-lingual Ad Council campaign on digital inclusion - the first of its kind- called EveryoneOn.
Help motivate the millions of Americans who lack the digital literacy skills necessary to succeed to become connected and to take advantage of the free digital literacy training in their communities.
By calling 1-855-EVRY1ON, texting CONNECT to 30364, or visiting EveryoneOn.org, users have access to a zip code search tool to find free computer and internet training classes in their area. EveryoneOn.org, also includes information on computer basics, job searches, accessing government resources, and connecting with family and friends.
Our online resource toolkit offers partners and trainers access to campaign background information, PSAs and videos, support information, and a variety of other materials to help you engage your local community in this important initiative. Visit the EveryoneOn Online Toolkit.