The Emergency Broadband Benefit is a $3.2 billion program designed to help cover the cost of internet subscriptions for low-income households and those affected financially by the pandemic.

Unfortunately, not everyone that qualifies for the program will know how or where to sign up. Digital inclusion coalitions, libraries, nonprofit organizations and schools are some of the groups best positioned to promote the EBB and help qualifying households sign up for service.

Register now for our free webinar to learn what you need to know to help your clients.


Agenda

April 28, 2021

10:00 a.m.

More About This Event

Sean Davis, Manager of Research and Policy for the National Digital Inclusion Alliance will share the latest developments on the EBB, including information on:

  • Who is eligible and how they can sign up
  • What’s covered by the EBB…and what isn’t
  • Examples of community-based outreach efforts you can use in your own outreach

Presenters will include:

speaker:
external Sean Davis
Manager of research and policy, National Digital Inclusion Alliance
speaker:
external Carrie Coogan
Deputy director for public affairs and community engagement, Kansas City Public Library
speaker:
Jeremy Hegle
Senior Community Development Advisor, Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City