As part of AT&T’s nationwide commitment to help bridge the digital divide, the AT&T Foundation is granting $15,000 to YWCA Mankato to support mentoring, tutoring and digital literacy skills for teen girls.

 

The AT&T Foundation grant will support YWCA Mankato’s Girls Inc. program, which provides a wide range of support services to help address the digital divide for girls in need. Girls who may not have a device or internet connection at home receive help with college and scholarship applications, career aptitude tests, SAT registrations and more to help prepare them for success after high school. Other support includes homework help, digital literacy skills, internet safety training, and access to STEM programming.