"Startup Guides recognizes that not all high school students have the same opportunities to learn critical, contemporary, career and college readiness skills. We also realize that the digital divide is still a pervasive problem. So, we are committed to doing our part.
To provide the same opportunities for students everywhere we have created the Digital Bridge Skills Program. We will provide grants each year to pay for up to 100% of the price of our courses and programs for United States Title 1 schools or schools and schools in developing countries.
We know that teachers are extremely pressed for time so we created a grant application that can be completed in a few minutes. Teachers will also be notified if their school will receive the grant within 1 week. These grants will also be supported by our sponsors.
To address the technological digital divide, we have created the Digital Bridge Tech Program. We will commit 5% of our profits in addition to funding from Startup Guides program sponsors to fund laptop computers and Internet hotspots for high school students. These grants will also be supported by our sponsors.
We are always seeking partner sponsors that believe in our mission to bridge the digital divide with our Digital Bridge Grant Program. Please schedule your time below.
Thank you for helping us bridge the digital divide."
Founder & CEO - Startup Guides
Learn About How You or Your Organization Can Help Sponsor the Digital Divide Grant Program.
The Maluku Secondary School in Male, Uganda is the first international recipient of the Startup Guides Digital Bridge Grant Program.
The Maluku Secondary School Students in our Restart program will learn cutting-edge digital marketing skills and help local businesses recover from COVID.
If you would like to help us bridge the digital divide and sponsor schools like the Maluku Secondary School or Title 1 high schools in the U.S., learn more about our Digital Bridge Grant Program.