EveryoneOn and Apploi are delighted to announce today a groundbreaking partnership to increase access to jobs opportunities to tens of millions of Americans across the country – focused specifically on the 47 million U.S. residents without computers or internet access at home. The two will be launching a series of initiatives in the coming months.
EveryoneOn is a national nonprofit working to eliminate the digital divide by making low-cost Internet service, affordable computers, and free digital literacy courses accessible to all unconnected U.S. residents. Through partnerships with leading Internet service providers, EveryoneOn is able to offer Internet service for as low as
Apploi is a
As part of the partnership, access to EveryoneOn's education, health, and training opportunities will be accessible through Apploi's network of iPad kiosks (including in job centers, colleges, and community centers) across the country.
"We are delighted to be partnering with Apploi," said
"The vision of EveryoneOn and their commitment to expanding Internet access and opportunities to millions of Americans is critical to our country's future and will benefit everyone," said
For Apploi press inquiries, please contact press(at)apploi(dot)com or call (212) 273-9694. Contact sheila(at)everyoneon(dot)org or call (571) 275-9025 for EveryoneOn press inquiries.
For more information about our programs, whether as a company, jobseeker, or community, please visit ApploiCorp.com. To learn more about EveryoneOn, visit EveryoneOn.org.
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