HOUSTON (KIAH) As part of the run-up to the NCAA Final Four Championship games in Houston and the HBCU All-Star game this weekend, AT&T is teaming up with Compudopt, to provide 100 laptops to students at Jack Yates High School.
On Thursday, March 30, AT&T is joining forced with Compudopt, to help bridge the digital divide, and help kids achieve.
It’s also part of AT&T’s ongoing effort to help bridge the digital divide.
WHAT: AT&T Laptop Distribution
WHEN: Thursday, March 30 at Noon
WHERE: Jack Yates High School – 3650 Alabama St, Houston, TX, 77004
The computers come with a 1-year warranty and digital literacy resources. The program will also be help spread the word about the Affordable Connectivity Program. That is a government program that can make home internet FREE for families who qualify.