AMP Blog: Detroit Community Technology Project

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News and updates from Detroit Community Technology Project

Detroit Community Technology Project — one of AMP’s founding Sponsored Projects — has undergone much growth and change over the last several months. Through this organizational change, DCTP continues to work at the forefront of digital media education and community technology building. Detroit Community Technology Project — one of AMP’s founding Sponsored Projects — has undergone much growth and change over the last several months. Read more to learn about their current work.

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Detroit Community Technology Project is Hiring a Part Time Communications Manager

The Detroit Community Technology Project is hiring a part time Communications Manager to help us amplify the story of our work.

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Gigabit Detroit: Amplify the Wifi

The Equitable Internet Initiative is a collaboration between Allied Media Projects (AMP) and the Detroit Community Technology Project (DCTP) to ensure that more Detroit residents have the tools to leverage digital technologies for social and economic development.

A Look Back at EII's Whirlwind of a Year

The Equitable Internet Initiative (EII) is a collaboration between Allied Media Projects (AMP) and the Detroit Community Technology Project (DCTP) to ensure that more Detroit residents have the tools to leverage digital technologies for social and economic development.

The Equitable Internet Initiative is Seeking Youth for the “Next Gen Apps Youth Program”

The Equitable Internet Initiative (EII) is seeking 60 middle and high school aged youth for the Next Gen Apps Youth Program. EII is a collaboration between the Detroit Community Technology Project (DCTP), Allied Media Projects (AMP), Grace in Action Collectives, WNUC Community Radio, and the Church of the Messiah's Boulevard Harambe Program. EII is working to ensure that Detroit residents have the ability to leverage digital technologies for social and economic development.