This year, many students across the country are attending school remotely. But not all students have access to the internet, a computer or other device, and the other resources they need to learn online.
That's why College Board is partnering with organizations to supply internet connections, devices, and more to students who need them. Explore the list below for help for your school or district community.
And keep checking back—we'll be adding more partnerships regularly.
Devices and Internet Access
T-Mobile's Project 10Million is a new program designed to help eradicate the digital divide that exists for millions of children by offering free service, hotspots, and reduced-cost devices to 10 million households over five years.
If you are a district administrator, start a district application here.
EveryoneOn is a nonprofit dedicated to creating social and economic opportunity by connecting low-income families to affordable internet service and computers, and delivering digital skills trainings.
If you are a district administrator, connect your community here.
DonorsChoose makes it easy for teachers to get the resources and materials that will help their students thrive. Start here to connect to its community of donors.
The AP Program offers resources, training, and tools for administrators, coordinators, teachers, and students to support them throughout the school year. Explore all our offerings.
College Planning Support
Virtual College Advising
College Board is creating a pathway to connect eligible high school seniors with nationally recognized college advising organizations to receive free, virtual college planning support through phone, email, text, and video chat sessions.
Filling out the FAFSA® (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) is the most important step students can take to get money to help pay for college. Send your students to meet Wyatt℠, a free FAFSA assistance chatbot available to all seniors participating in the College Board Opportunity Scholarships program. Students can text Wyatt questions about the FAFSA 24/7 and he’ll reply with easy-to-understand guidance. Go to www.getfafsahelp.org to find out more.