Digital Inclusion

Digital inclusion is a free program that helps individuals in utah county to become more knowledgeable in using and retaining computer skills needed to thrive in today’s fast-paced, technological society. 

We strive to make Utah County digitally inclusive in three areas:

Access to Technology

Access to the internet

Technological literacy


Computer Classes

Computer skills are shared in an in-person classroom setting over 10 weeks. Volunteers teach the class as a whole and provide one one-on-one help as needed throughout the class period. This is a comprehensive class and attending is beneficial to building and retaining new computer skills. Earn a free desktop computer by completing all 10 classes and celebrate your achievement with a class graduation at the end of the course.


The Adopt-a-Computer program is here to give computer access to those who wouldn’t be able to afford it other ways. Low-income adults can receive computers by completing 10 hours of time at one of the Computer Help Labs. If you are interested in participating in the Adopt-a-Computer program you can contact us at  at 801-691-5385 or by coming in to any of our Computer Help Lab locations. The computers given come from donations and are wiped and cleaned before being given out. Donate a computer now.

Digital Inclusion Week

Digital Inclusion Week is a nationwide event about promoting digital equity. 


GCFLearnFree- This site from the Goodwill Community Foundation has tutorials on topics ranging from computer basics, to photo editing, to job search skills.

Digital Literacy Assessment- This site has an assessment to test your computer knowledge.

Digital Learn- This site has tutorials on a variety of computer topics.


We are open Monday through Friday, 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM. Email us at digitalinclusion@unitedwayuc.org

Destiny Wolfgramm

Digital Inclusion AmeriCorps VISTA

Jana Walker

Digital Inclusion Specialist

Thank you to our sponsors!