In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NAVA Education Project in partnership with the Santa Fe Indian School has provided
with mobile wifi hotspots through the inaugural New Mexico Tribal Hotspot Program.
The hotspots, which are connected to existing tribal broadband networks, will provide internet service in preparation of the Census Bureau resuming field operations this month as tribes permit during the first phase of this new program.
NAVAEP is continuing to seek tribal broadband partners. The organization has also expanded the program to Native-lead nonprofit organizations within the Albuquerque area. NAVAEP will provide hotspots to the Navajo Nation in the second phase of the program.
For more information, to fill out an application or download a flyer,