Webinar on Federal Funding Options for Community Broadband Deployments – July 20

So many meetings this week – but hard to pass up a free webinar on funding for broadband

We invite you to register for CLIC’s free webinar this Wednesday, July 20 at noon (eastern time): Federal Funding Options for Community Broadband Deployments. Although the federal broadband stimulus programs have ended, many other sources of federal funding for broadband projects are available. In this webinar, our speakers will discuss the key federal programs that support broadband projects, from the FCC to the Department of Commerce, HUD, the Department of Agriculture and more. Learn about the variety of creative approaches for tapping into federal grants and loans, from serving your schools to partnering with rural healthcare establishments to uncovering resources in your community that can serve as assets in funding applications. Learn what these programs cover, how to qualify for them, and how to avoid pitfalls that could result in loss of benefits or even refunds.

Moderator: Catharine Rice, CLIC Project Director, Washington, DC

Speakers: Jim Baller, President, CLIC & President of Baller Stokes & Lide, PC, Washington, D.C. & Ashley Stelfox, CLIC General Counsel & Associate, Baller Stokes & Lide, PC, Washington, D.C.

Register by clicking here  (then click the blue “register” link after the words “Event Status”)

The Webinar will start at Noon Eastern Time.

An archive recording of the session will be emailed to all registrants.

 

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About Ann Treacy

I have a Master’s Degree in Library and Information Science. I have been interested or involved in providing access to information through the Internet since 1994, when I worked for Minnesota’s first Internet service provider. I am pleased to be a part of the Blandin on Broadband Team. I also work with MN Coalition on Government Information, Minnesota Rural Partners, and the American Society for Information Science and Technology.

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