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As the largest provider of free computer and Internet access in Mecklenburg County, the Library supports the development of digital literacy skills to improve the education, quality of life and economic health of Mecklenburg County citizens.
The Library will join other community partners in a national public awareness campaign called “EveryoneOn 3.21” by opening for the following special one-day extended schedule on Thursday, March 21:
Regional Libraries: 10 am – 8 pm (normal operating hours)
Beatties Ford Road, Independence, Morrison, North County, South County and University
Main and ImaginOn: 10 am – 8 pm (closing 1 hour later than usual)
Cornelius Library: 10 am – 8 pm (closing 4 hours later than usual)
All other Community Libraries: noon – 8 pm
Davidson, Hickory Grove, Matthews, Mint Hill, Mountain Island, Myers Park, Plaza Midwood, Scaleybark, Steele Creek, Sugar Creek and West Boulevard
On Thursday, March 21, in addition to the basic library services offered every day, all Charlotte Mecklenburg Library locations will offer programs and activities that support the goal of the day, plus $5 fine waivers.
What you can do:
On March 21 and after, we encourage you to call 1-855-EVRY1ON (1-855-387-9166) and tell the operator your zip code or by entering your zip code at www.everyoneon.org, from a library or home, to find a local training facility in your area and use the free training on topics such as:
- How to use a computer (basics)
- How to bank online
- How to keep yourself safe online
- And much more!
The website will continue to expand from month to month, adding more tools to help every user.
Get information about free digital training opportunities starting March 21 by calling 1-855-EVRY1ON (1-855-387-9166) and telling the operator your zip code or by entering your zip code at www.everyoneon.org.
is a national public awareness campaign supported by Connect2Compete, a national nonprofit committed to raising awareness of free digital literacy training and Internet access opportunities throughout the US. They recognize that public libraries, and other community organizations, play a critical role in helping bridge the digital divide.
Charlotte Mecklenburg Library is not alone in celebrating EveryoneOn 3.21! We are joined by many community partners, including:
- Queens University Knight School of Communication
- Knight Foundation
- Project LIFT
- Goodwill of the Southern Piedmont
- Charlotte Urban League
- Charlotte YMCA
- Charlote Mayor’s Office
- Foundation For The Carolinas
- Hands On Charlotte
- Mecklenburg Ministries
- Latin American Coalition
- and many others!