Welcome to WinstonNet

WinstonNet chosen as the lead agency of Forsyth County’s Digital Equity Initiative (FCDE)

Read the Forsyth County Digital Equity Plan by clicking HERE.

For more information, visit FCDigitalEquity.org.

For over 20 years WinstonNet has been working to close the digital divide and is a leading advocate for Digital Equity and Digital Inclusion in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.

We are a community nonprofit partnering with many of the area's major academic, public, community, and private institutions to coordinate resources that strengthen the services and educational quality of our community computer centers to help prepare the workforce for the next generation of network-based computer technologies.

We all know that having a computer, access to the Internet, and basic computer skills has become a necessity to run the daily business of our lives in the 21st century.

Events & Training

NETT - Technology Skills for Life and Employment (zip code 27105)

The Technology Skills for Life & Employment Course is a FREE 30-hour course covering everything from basic computer skills, interviewing techniques, communication skills and more.

By completing the course you become eligible to purchase a
refurbished laptop computer at a greatly reduced price.
To be considered for participation in this training and computer purchase program, you must first meet the following criteria:

• You don’t have a working computer at home
• You are unemployed or meet the income criteria
You live in the target neighborhoods (ZIP CODE 27105)

A Community Project Funded by United Way of Forsyth County in partnership with WinstonNet and Forsyth Tech.

To Verify Eligibility or for more information, please call: 336-757-3712

Community Tech Night
 2021-2022Tech Nights - To Be Scheduled

Community Tech Night

 2021-2022Tech Nights - To Be Scheduled

Inmar’s Technology Gurus, joined by Allegacy, will be available to help you with technology problems or questions. There is NO COST!