Kandiyohi County Board agrees to contribute to nonprofit that is bring computer literacy classes to Willmar

WILLMAR — As Kandiyohi County continues to work to bring reliable, high-speed broadband internet to every corner of the county, there is also a need to make sure everyone has the skills and know-how to take advantage of that technology.

“Digital equity is all about access and affordability of the internet. We can put the line up to your house, that is great. But, if you don’t know how to turn on your laptop there is no point having that internet access,” said Sarah Swedburg, business development manager with the Kandiyohi County and City of Willmar Economic Development Commission . She also works closely with the EDC’s Broadband and Advanced Technology Committee.

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