Connect2Compete (C2C) is a national nonprofit program working to bring digital opportunity to 100M unconnected Americans through low-cost Internet service and free digital training. C2C is working with leading school districts and today's technology companies to provide offers of low-cost high-speed Internet for students and their families, along with the digital skills to effectively and safely utilize the Internet.

Connect 2 Compete

San Diego County Office of Education (SDCOE) provides a variety of services for the 42 school districts, 119 charter schools, and five community college districts in the county. Services provided to school districts range from district and school improvement to budget approval and monitoring. SDCOE provides support and resources to help districts and schools launch the C2C program for their students and families.


SDCOE

Cox Communications is a broadband communications and entertainment company, providing advanced digital video, Internet, and telephone services over its own nationwide IP network. Cox also offers home security and automation services to residential customers. In 2012, Cox became the first cable provider in the nation to pilot the C2C program. C2C was launched nationally in April 2013 in all Cox service areas, including nearly 800 schools in CA.


Cox


Computer 2 SD Kids (C2SDK)is a nonprofit organization created with the goal of assisting qualified children and their families to obtain computers, software, training and support in order to help them become computer literate as well as increase their access to educational, occupational and financial resources and the related skills to effectively use that technology. Through its partnership in the C2C program, C2SDK has distributed over 6,000 computers to San Diego families.


Computers for Kids

Able-Disabled Advocacy (A-DA) is a nonprofit organization founded in 1975 that provides employment and training services to individuals with all types of disabilities and other barriers to employment. A-DA supports the C2C program by offering families free digital literacy training, ranging from basic to advanced topics.

Able-Disabled Advocacy


San Diego Police Foundation is an independent nonprofit organization providing support for public safety through grant funding for specialized equipment, training, and cooperative community programs. As a C2C partner, the San Diego Police Foundation offers families free safety information from their SafetyNet program, which was created to help kids, parents, educators and concerned adults learn how to keep kids safe online.

SafetyNET