cropped-Original-Logo.png

Bridging the gap in the 

financial and digital world

42 million

Before the COVID-19 outbreak, an estimated forty-two million Americans could not purchase broadband internet.

~ 50%

Roughly half of low income families have struggled to pay their internet and cell phone bills.

15%

15 percent of students face barriers in remote learning conditions because they lack access to high-speed internet at home.
image01
What is the digital 
divide?

FAQ's

image02
Digital Citizenship 101

An introductory course on digital civics.  

image13
What is financial literacy?

FAQ's

image14
Ready to Join Us?

Please join our mailing list.

#WeAreTheInternet

Lets Address The Digital Divide Head On

image3

Middle School

image4

High School

image5

Undergraduate

#VirturalEmbassy

A passport to greatness

Obtain the IEC Cultural Passport

View more

#WeAreTheInternet

The National Library of Medicine published a report 

The Digital Divide Is a Human Rights Issue: Advancing Social Inclusion Through Social Work Advocacy

#Events

Upcoming Events</h2

image8
25 Jun 13:00 - 15:00
Helping to change the worldbetter
Know more
image9
25 Jun 13:00 - 15:00
Expand a business mass other countries plan
Know more
image7
25 Jun 13:00 - 15:00
Transforming our in science facilities
Know more
image10

#Donation

Give a Donation Greater

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur.

Donate
image11

#Alumini

Studious For Life Become Better

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit.Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur.

Register