Digital NEST won five design awards for creative excellence on the web for it website.
Jacob Martinez, the founder and Executive Director of Digital NEST (Nurturing Entrepreneurial Skills with Technology), has been named the 2015 Santa Cruz County Entrepreneur of the Year by the Santa Cruz County Chamber of Commerce.
Jacob Martinez has been invited to speak on Tuesday October 13th at Allterra solar for a special discussion about technology and innovation in education with a focus on what’s happening around the Central Coast.
This month’s news includes a visit from Califronia’s Secretary of State, a field trip to Twitter and Square, Athena bloggers at a book signing, a new member of our staff, and a profile of one of our dedicated Digital NEST members.
Do you need a creatively crafted website for your small business? Digital NEST members in the Hack the Hood program will be trained and prepared to expand your web presence.
The Latino American Project is a joint project between the Digital NEST, Watsonville Film Festival, and the Watsonville Public Library. The goal is to give a voice to the Hispanic community of the Pajaro Valley through an entry-level seminar. Applications are due 10/7/15.
ETR and Digital NEST have just been awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to learn more about how to create opportunity for underrepresented youth. We are thrilled about the ways this grant is going to advance our work and our mission.
California Secretary of State Alex Padilla made a stop at Digital NEST during a trip to Watsonville in celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. To encourage their participation and future involvement in politics, Padilla said he tries to visit schools and groups like Digital NEST as frequently as he can.
This month we celebrate a generous partnership with Facebook, welcome new staff, share a member story, talk about the Athena group, and offer an opportunity for your business to get a website created by the Digital NEST.