Central Lee's Hohl picked for state youth broadband group

Hawk joins 13 others on advisory board


DONNELLSON - Jacob Hohl, a student at Central Lee CSD will join 13 other students throughout Iowa as part of the Statewide Youth Broadband Advisory Council (SYBAC).

The council has been established by the Iowa Communications Network (ICN) and is an opportunity for high school students to research and discuss broadband and Internet topics, learn about Iowa technology companies, and complete cybersecurity certification training. 

Throughout the school year, the students will meet with ICN Leadership and hear directly from leaders of Iowa technology companies. Last year’s students discussed a range of topics including broadband in schools, cybersecurity, automated transportation, and wireless technology.

The following students were selected to ICN’s SYBAC for the 2022-2023 school year:

• Keegan Burdick, English Valleys CSD
• Jordan Harrington, Southeast Warren CSD
• Thomas Hast, Boyer Valley CSD
• Jacob Hohl, Central Lee CSD
• Sean Hollett, Anamosa CSD
• Alec Holmes, Council Bluffs CSD
• Alan Kang, Johnston CSD
• Shane Lear, East Union CSD
• Gabe Muller, Osage CSD
• Alex Oswald, Monticello CSD
• Tori Paga, Cedar Rapids CSD
• Nate Richards, Prairie City-Monroe (PCM) CSD
• Trey Voeller, Prairie City-Monroe (PCM) CSD
• Aiden Zimmerman, Iowa Connections Academy, Hampton

The Council’s focus is about receiving information and feedback from young Iowans. SYBAC
meetings are held from September – April via videoconference. To keep updated on the student
initiatives visit https://icn.iowa.gov/sybac.

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