Hawaii: The

MOST Digitally Ready State in the Country.

Our goal is for Hawaii to be at the forefront of digital literacy, equity, and readiness nationwide. We believe that digital readiness is one of the ways Hawaii can have a more resilient economy and deeply connected communities.

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“Only 30% Of Our State Workforce Can Pass The Basic Computer Literacy Exam”

The numbers are even lower among our kūpuna. Interestingly, even though our keiki and younger generations are the most “online” group ever, the data shows a concerning lack of computer skills and digital literacy in areas that support job skills, upward financial mobility and general economic development for our state.

How You Can Help:

After educating and giving free devices to over 2,000 people through our flagship basic computer class, Computers001 we are now actively seeking help.

If you’re interested in getting involved we have multiple ways for you to do so! Click any of the tabs below to learn more, then fill out of contact form below. Mahalo for joining the fight against digital inequality!

Access to computers is essential for underserved populations in Hawaii to bridge the digital inequality gap. Computers are vital tools for education, job searching, and accessing essential services. They enable online learning, remote job opportunities, and the development of digital skills, leveling the playing field for those facing socio-economic disparities.

As a part of our goal to have a computer for every person in every home, we give refurbished computers to our class participants. We accept any laptops- PCs, Macs, & Chromebooks!

Fostering learning in our more underserved populations is critical in bridging the digital divide. From our Kūpuna to ESL populations and everything in between- our introduction to computers (Computer001) class is a perfect fit to increase confidence, knowledge and understanding of computers for anyone at a beginner level.

As we continue to scale our programs, we are now looking for more “Digital Navigators” to assist us in teaching, organizing and hosting classes in their local communities. If you’d like to learn more please fill out the form below!

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Digital resilience involved teaching people not just how to use a computer, but how to learn ON a computer.​

— Ka’ala Souza​