The mission of Tech Goes Home Chattanooga (TGH CHA) is to help provide underserved residents the opportunity, tools, education, and access required for 21st century skills development. With the support and backing of the City of Chattanooga and Hamilton County, TGH CHA prioritizes low-income and underserved populations, including people from challenged neighborhoods (both urban and rural), those without technology at home, the unemployed and underemployed, people who do not speak English, and individuals with disabilities.
TGH CHA offers programs for adults, school-aged children and preschoolers. We partner with community organizations to provide 15 hours of training to help participants acquire the skills to be able to access information and resources online. Upon completion of the course, participants also have the option to purchase a new Chromebook for only $50. The program also offers assistance in securing low-cost home Internet service through one of several available options.
To find a location near you offering a TGH CHA course, visit our Course Locations page.
Want to help?
If you would like to offer a TGH CHA course at your institution, please visit our Become a Site page for details.
If you would like to volunteer, you can find more info on the Trainer & Volunteers page.
If would like to help us support families across the Chattanooga area in other ways, please contact Kelly McCarthy, TGH CHA Program Director.