4-H Tech Changemakers

WSU Extension awarded grant to promote digital inclusion in rural Grays Harbor County

A new grant will help WSU’s Grays Harbor County Extension advance its mission of bringing digital resources directly to Native nations and rural communities.

4-H Tech Changemakers present to individuals sitting at a table. A TV screen and computer screen are in the background.

4-H Tech Changemaker teens working to bridge the digital divide in rural Washington

4-H teens in Quincy, Wash., are working to bridge the online divide in their community by leading digital skills trainings for adults. The teens have been eager and excited to help their community, said Jeannie Kiehn, Grant County 4-H Program Coordinator. “What they’ve received from it, and what the adults have experienced from it, is […]

Young 4-H Tech Changemakers at a meeting assisting two women with how to use their phones.