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San Francisco Community Broadband Opportunities Program (SF-CBOP)

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About Our Project:


According to a 2009 study conducted by the City and County of San Francisco, only 42 percent of seniors in the city currently subscribe to broadband, and only 61 percent of those who define themselves as African American or Latino do so. Both figures are much lower than the citywide rate of 82 percent. The City’s Departments of Technology; Aging & Adult Services; and Children, Youth & Families, along with several other key partners in the nonprofit, educational, and for-profit sectors, propose to provide broadband-oriented training to seniors, adults in residential treatment, low-income and ESL youth, and other economically and socially vulnerable groups. The project intends to include an online support group for seniors via partner TYZE.com and collaborate with digital media nonprofit groups to provide training in digital media and dissemination of local user-generated digital content in ways that encourage broadband adoption.

This project is funded through a two-year grant of$7,931,632 from the U.S Department of Commerce’s Broadband Technology Opportunities Program.


Our Mission:


 Project Partners:



Brian P Robert

City and County of San Francisco

1 S Van Ness Ave 2nd FL,

 San Francisco, CA 941031275 

(415) 581-406













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