I will continue to strongly advocate for resources to make these programs a reality in District 13 and throughout Oregon.
I support the passage of HB 4114 in the 2022 Session and applaud Rep. Courtney Neron for being the chief sponsor of this bill.
“We must prepare students to ethically utilize technology in their daily lives and work, and we must provide students the skill and knowledge to protect themselves and others from the many threats that this generation faces and will continue to face.”
Along with serving on the CCC board, Woods is an executive board member for Digitunity, a nonprofit organization that works to provide technology to those who don’t have access to it. He hopes to use these experiences to bolster technological access.
This $3.2 billion program will make discounts on broadband service and equipment available to qualifying individuals during the pandemic.