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Alamo Colleges Partners…

Thanks to a new partnership between the Alamo Colleges and Connect2Compete, a national nonprofit, low-cost computers and free or low cost Internet service are available now for Alamo Colleges' students and employees, along with training on how to effectively and safely use the Internet.
Alamo Colleges Partners with Connect2Compete To Offer Affordable Internet Service

Alamo Colleges Partners with Connect2Compete To Offer Affordable Internet Service

Thanks to a new partnership between the Alamo Colleges and Connect2Compete, a national nonprofit, low-cost computers and free or low cost Internet service are available now for Alamo Colleges' students and employees, along with training on how to effectively and safely use the Internet. Depending on home location, students and employees may qualify for fast, free service or a discounted, high-speed Internet data plan.

Connect2Compete (C2C) is a national nonprofit initiative, aiming to bring students and families online by providing fast free service or discounted high-speed Internet, low-cost refurbished computers and free digital literacy training to students nationwide.

Find out more at alamo.edu/c2c
 

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