HELP THE TEENS IN YOUR LIFE
USE THEIR TECH SKILLS TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Connected Nation is excited to launch Teens Teach Tech, powered by AT&T, a new digital literacy and learning program, led by teens that help build skills and confidence to newly connected adults for today’s digital world.
Connected Nation needs your help!
We are seeking mentors to lead and guide groups of teenagers as part of the Teens Teach Tech initiative.
Teachers, community leaders, guidance counselors, and parent volunteers passionate about supporting teens as they engage in community service focused on improving the digital skills of neighbors in need are welcome.
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Interested in mentoring high school students to participate?
Teens Teach Tech, powered by AT&T, harnesses teens’ technology expertise to help their family and other community members gain new computer/internet skills. This great opportunity allows teens to provide community service while learning real-world problem solving, collaboration, and project development.
Students can train on one of the six topics below.
All courses are developed by AT&T in collaboration with Public Library Association.
Training will take place right in your community. Groups will select the courses, location, dates, and times that work best for them.
The Teens Teach Tech program is actively accepting applications through the end of 2023.The mentors are required to attend a virtual orientation training with our mentor guide within a month of registration to review their application and discuss their project ideas.
Program activities will take place in your community. Mentors and teens will select the local target audience, course(s), location(s), date(s) and time(s) that work best for the group. Connected Nation staff are available to support mentors.
Students may begin their projects any time during the 2023 calendar year. All projects must be completed, and final reports submitted by the end of December 2023.
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Did you know?
For every 1 person trained...
...the teen group will be awarded $10 with a maximum incentive up to $2,000.
Using the registration form, groups can apply for up to $500 for startup funding. Examples of acceptable funding support needs include: devices/equipment for demos, venue costs, software licenses, etc. Subject to approval.