Emergency Broadband Benefit

Adult learners are returning to school for a new year and whether classes are remote, in-person, or a hybrid this fall everyone needs internet access to succeed.

To help promote the Emergency Broadband Benefit as a tool for the coming school year, the FCC has added new back-to-school themed materials to the EBB Outreach Toolkit.  New materials include school posters, bookmarks, handouts and Pell Grant and school lunch and breakfast program specific flyers. Additional social media posts and images have also been added.

We hope you will help eligible households get, or stay, connected.

The new materials are available in English and in Spanish. They also include Tribal specific flyers to promote the increased monthly benefit available to eligible households on qualifying Tribal lands. If you have questions about any of the materials please contact broadbandbenefit@fcc.gov.

The Emergency Broadband Benefit program allows eligible households to enroll through an approved provider or by visiting GetEmergencyBroadband.org. To learn more about the program or to become a partner visit www.fcc.gov/broadbandbenefit.