Google Fiber launches community connections program, provides computer lab in Huntsville


Founded with the goal of making the web better and faster – for everyone, Google Fiber is taking its mission to the Rocket City.

There, they’ve partnered with the Harris Home for Children (HHC), a non-profit that provides full-time foster care for neglected and dependent adolescent males and females, and have provided a new computer lab with high-speed, fiber optic internet access and digital literacy programs that will give the HHC the tools and resources needed to be smart and safe surfers of the web.

The initiative is part of Google Fiber’s Community Connections program. The program endeavors to support and promote digital inclusion, particularly in the most underserved communities by working closely with nonprofit organizations, local government agencies and community leaders to develop education, training and entrepreneur programs unique to each Google Fiber city.


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