Community broadband planning and coordinating digital inclusion ecosystems is complicated work. This one-day broadband bootcamp is designed to help local governments, elected officials, nonprofits, foundations, and digital equity advocates orient themselves and develop a better understanding of the broadband landscape in order to support collective development of effective solutions. The program is aimed at helping participants understand broadband and digital equity basics, identify local needs, evaluate options, and chart an achievable path to their goals. From leveraging existing assets, to financing, to partnerships, to evaluating available models for success, this program is designed to demystify every step of the process.
Attendance is free, but submission and acceptance of an application is required prior to the event. Space is limited and priority will be given to local community members and small local teams eager to learn together, mobilizing locally for connectivity, and/or building a community coalition.
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Updates from the New Mexico Office of Broadband Access and Expansion (OBAE) with Input from communities, broadband advocates, and stakeholders around the state.