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University of Kansas Technology Education Program

The KU Center for Digital Inclusion Technology Education Program is for women who have been recently released from jail or prison in Kansas or Missouri. Funded by the National Science Foundation and the Kansas Health Foundation, this program teaches computer skills that are important for job participation and career advancement such as Microsoft Office programs, Google Workspace, personal branding, and website creation and management. It is an online program so woman can participate from anywhere in Kansas or Missouri.

Program Population

The program focused on women who are over the age of 18 and served time in jail or prison. The program is for women in Kansas or Missouri.

Program Capacity

Undetermined at this time.

Program Funding Source

National Science Foundation and Kansas Health Foundation.

Start Date Year
Curriculum Published

University of Kansas Center for Digital Inclusion
1435 Jayhawk Lane
Lawrence, KS 66045
United States