Digital Inclusion Program

Join us for a new session of Digital Literacy Class on computer use and the internet. The focus is for you to learn computer fundamentals, productive internet usage, online safety, digital file management, and much more. Each module is $10 and totals to $100  for all the 10 modules. Register for the class if you want to better understand how to use computers and enjoy the internet with its vast bank of information, and also be successful in the ever expanding digital age!


To register click here. or visit us directly at the  Community center. You can also contact  Justine Okello for more information at

Clarkston Community Center is one of five non-profits partnering in the Digital Inclusion Pilot Project. In 2015, Atlanta was selected as a City Host for NTEN and Google’s initiative to address the digital divide by providing digital inclusion programs at the local level. In collaboration with City of Atlanta and TechBridge, the Digital Inclusion Project trains volunteers to provide digital literacy curriculum in the community.

This past June 26th, fifteen fellows have graduated with their new laptops. The classes were typically every Thursdays 6-8pm and Saturdays 2-4pm weekly and covered topics ranging from computer basics and email creation to computer ethics and internet security over a span of 4 months. For more information, please contact Justine Okello at or learn more at the TechBridge Digital Inclusion Fellowship Program.

CCC Digital Inclusion Program provides laptops to its trainees


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CCC Digital Inclusion Program trainees in a class session.


Affordable Internet

Need affordable internet? Get connected now! The Clarkston Community Center is partnering with EveryoneOn, an organization extending affordable internet connectivity resources to you. Click the link EveryoneOn and explore the services offered. On the page, you will find many other options. You can also visit the community center for guidance on how to navigate these services since we are now an enrollment partner in the Clarkston. Let your home be connected to the most resourceful information bank- “the internet” like everybody else so you can find and apply for jobs, research and study and keep in touch with the world. Get Connected now!

For more information, you can contact Justine Okello by email at, or call 404-508-1050.

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