Generation ZD Digital Literacy Program
ZeroDivide is creating a new generation of technology users within underserved communities in California, Hawaii, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, and Washington states.
The "Generation ZD Digital Literacy Program" targets low-income, minority, disabled, and underserved youth between the ages of 5-25, who have limited or no access to digital and information technology in the home.
ZeroDivide trains new broadband users, builds replicable best practices digital media curricula, and provides technical assistance and capacity-building support.
These young people are being served through a three-prong approach of a digital literacy skills curriculum; an online content creation and distribution program; and capacity-building and sustainability efforts at each designated community anchor institution.