Industry & Business

DC Access

Founded in 1999, DC Access is Washington DC’s first and only Wireless Internet Service Provider (WISP). Focused on making internet access and digital living, simpler, more affordable and easier to maintain, DC Access was born to provide Washington, DC with a better choice, good customer service and reliable connections.

ETTE

Founded in 2002, ETTE is a minority-owned business providing IT technical support and consulting services to businesses and non-profits throughout the Washington, DC area. ETTE is known for its responsiveness, expertise, and unflagging commitment to customer satisfaction.

Networking for Future (NFF)

For 24 years, NFF has been working closely with the DC Public Schools, Libraries and the University of D.C. to enable enhanced teaching and learning, as well as access to the Internet primarily through our network and security engineering services. NFF will leverage these same resources to support the mission of the Tech Together Pledge.

Starry, Inc.

We are vocal advocates for access to more affordable, high-quality broadband across all communities, but importantly in low-income and underserved neighborhoods.

Ookla

Ookla’s mission is to make the internet better, faster and more accessible for everyone. Ookla for Good is an initiative to provide data, analysis and content to organizations that are seeking to improve people’s lives through internet accessibility. We partner with organizations whose goals align with ours to provide unbiased information about the state of networks worldwide.

RCN Telecom Services, LLC

RCNs Internet First program is affordable Internet designed to help families and students in low-income households have reliable access to the internet. Fast internet for home schooling, homework, accessing educational resources, and more.

The District Innovation Lab

As an extension of General Assembly’s campus in DC, we work with global organizations and entrepreneurs alike. We partner with social enterprises, nonprofits and alongside government to support and collaborate around design projects. Our students use design thinking and follow a best-in-class curriculum to tackle real problems.

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