Pixley Connect Blog
Pixley Connect, a project of the Pixley Foundation in partnership with the Great Valley Center and AT&T Foundation, is an effort to narrow the digital divide in rural California. This project brings telecommunication access, education and training to the underserved, predominantly Spanish-speaking community of Pixley, California.

Thursday, June 18, 2009

Pixley Business Bazaar

The Pixley Bazaar was an event where all the businesses from Pixley can get together and exhibit their services and products.

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Pixley Advisory Committee Members

Betty Morehead
Cristina Calcote
Daniel Martinez
Alfred King
Wayne Clark
Edward Calcote
Cassie Fay
Teresa Garcia
Veronica Belmonte
Alvin G. Chavez
Trini Herrera

Tuesday, June 2, 2009

Pixley Digital Connectors Program

The Great Valley Center, in partnership with One Economy, presents the Pixley Digital Connectors program; a six month internship program for Pixley youth. The six-month program prepares and positions Pixley youth to promote technology services to its residents.

The program provides a valuable training experience for qualified youth seeking to apply their leadership and technological skills to bridging the digital divide in their community. For detailed program information or an application contact Pixley Connect project staff.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Computer Literacy Weekend Workshops

Pixley Connect has extended public access to the Community Technology Center. Members of the public can now utilize the CTC on Saturdays from 10:00am to 2:00pm.
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