We are DigitalC. A non-profit that partners with the community to design technology-driven programs and services.

As technology and innovation continue to advance at a lightning pace, we believe local leadership, residents, and organizations must adapt to create smarter, more connected and more inclusive communities.  To accelerate this process, our services help organizations understand the problems they wish to solve and introduce the power that data analytics and digital literacy can have in addressing community issues.

Programmatic Pillars

CULTIvating a smart civic sector

In partnership with government and non-profits, we work to change the culture around data in our region through education, capacity building, and analytics. 

Data for IMpact

Learning Studios 

empowering Neighborhoods with Technology

Place matters and digital inclusion matters! The MidTown Tech Hive will host a community of residents working to innovate, expand digital literacy, and combat digital isolation.

MidTown Tech hive

Connect the Unconnected

ReStart


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building the first smart Great Lake through innovation

In a collaboration lead by the Cleveland Water Alliance, we're expanding the Internet of H2O program to support a Blue Economy in the Lake Erie Basin.

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What's New? 

Opening in February, 2018, the MidTown Tech Hive at 6815 Euclid Avenue will be a neighborhood innovation space in MidTown that builds on existing community assets and grows the innovation economy. The Tech Hive will be Cleveland’s first space anchored and operated by DigitalC with diverse users and robust programming and events.

Join us Wednesday, Jan. 17th for the 2nd "Beer at the Barn" and learn how The Tech Hive can meet your needs.

On Dec. 19, our biggest cohort yet graduated at the Lutheran Metropolitan Ministry Men's Shelter from a 12-hour Basic Digital Literacy class as part of DigitalC's ReStart program in partnership with Ashbury Senior Computer Community Center.

With our partners, DigitalC continues to reduce the number of digitally isolated residents in Cleveland. Learn more about ReStart here

Want to become more data-savvy in 2018? Ring in the new year with DigitalC's  January Data Analytics Workshop Jan. 30- Feb. 1, 9:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m. at the Washkewicz College of Engineering on CSU's campus. 

Beginners and intermediates will improve skills in data analysis, accessing local data resources, and data visitation tools. REGISTER HERE.