Advocating for High-Speed Internet to Arkansas Communities
Connect Arkansas, a project of the The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group (ACCG), is a private, nonprofit corporation dedicated to increasing high-speed Internet subscription and improving and sustaining Internet adoption throughout Arkansas. The Connect Arkansas Broadband Act was signed into law by Arkansas Governor Mike Beebe on March 28, 2007, with the goal of improving personal lives and creating economic opportunity for Arkansans. Connect Arkansas and its dedicated team of operations, finance and marketing staff seeks to advance that goal through community-based initiatives.
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Tell Us Your Broadband Story!
Connect Arkansas attended the Bradley Co. Pink Tomato Festival to capture broadband stories from the citizens of Bradley County.
Computers for Kids - Crossett, Ark.
The Computers for Kids and Technology Training programs reach out to Arkansans who do not currently have access to a computer in their home.
The Software Hurdle
A brief overview of two Connect Arkansas programs, Computers for Kids and Technology Training.
Connect Arkansas, a project of the Arkansas Capital Corporation Group,...
Who: Connect Arkansas, a project of The Arkansas Capital Corporation Group...
Connect Arkansas, a project of Arkansas Capital Corporation, today...
Connect Arkansas, a project of Arkansas Capital Corporation, announced the...