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Infoxchange will deliver a new program in Geelong and Wangaratta to help at-risk youth and youth experiencing disadvantage gain the digital skills they need for the jobs of the future.

South Australia will play host to a series of free digital learning events over the coming weeks that aim to address the state’s digital divide – which is now the worst in Australia.

We brought Digital Springboard courses to Gippsland's Binary Shift, one of Australia’s top conferences focused specifically on regional innovation, technology and startups.

I CAN with MYOB offers people facing disadvantage and barriers to employment the opportunity to get the job support and training they need to kick start a career in bookkeeping.

Digital Springboard, a new program from Infoxchange and Google.org, has launched in Perth to help Australians gain new digital skills, further their career and prepare for the future.

A new joint initiative from Infoxchange and Google.org will help Australians access free digital skills training to help them find work or further their career and bridge the digital divide.

Youth IT Careers gives young people, who face significant barriers to employment, their first step towards an IT career.

Digi House aims to build the digital skills and confidence of 20 000 people living in public and social housing, and is delivered with support from Google.

Since 2002, Green PC has provided close to 40 000 computers to individuals and families on low-incomes, helping provide access to the online world

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