Our Mission is to bridge the widening gap of Digital Divide and train 1,000,000 students and adults by year 2010.
Verizon Foundation provides FREE Training through CyberLearning for 2 employees per Non Profit.
About National Education Foundation CyberLearning:
The non-profit National Education Foundation d/b/a CyberLearning was founded after discussions with President Clinton, VP Gore, Intel Founder Dr. Gordon Moore and others in 1993. Currently, CyberLearning hosts over 1,000 high-quality web-based online Information Technology (all levels and all topics), Management (Harvard ManageMentor) and Testprep (Barrons SAT, GRE etc) courses. Since CyberLearning's main mission is bridging the digital divide, it provides students and staff of disadvantaged non-profits, schools and colleges scholarships/grants to access the courses (unlimited 24x7 access) and a state-of-the art LMS (Learning Management System capable of student tracking, pre and post tests and customized reports) for less than $5 per month ( CyberLearning calls this the "McDonald Meal Plan program"- Give up one McDonald Meal a month, improve your health and become either fully IT-literate or an IT professional or a better manager or a better prospect for college admission with a better SAT score!). CyberLearning also provides the courses to non-disadvantaged organizations at a very competitive low fee and uses the funds to give grants to the disadvantaged.
CyberLearning has become the foremost non-profit digital divide bridging training program both nationally and globally with over 150,000 students in the US, Jordan, India and other countries. CyberLearning is training most of the disadvantaged high school students in NJ and most of the university students in Jordan. CyberLearning is planning to launch a program to train a million Indian engineering and scince students in IT later this year.