About Us

Why We Do It:​

We believe ALL K-12 students should have access to high-quality computer science learning experiences. Computer science is not about learning how to use a computer, or even just programming. Computer science is about deeper learning – computational thinking, problem solving and creativity. We believe studying computer science, regardless of a student’s ultimate occupation, provides the knowledge and practices necessary to be ready for college or career.

How We Do It:

The actions we take to realize these beliefs coalesce around Programs, People and Partners.

We design computer science and IT programs that are rigorous, relevant and fun. These programs range from awareness to exploration to immersion.

We recruit, train and support tech talent to implement TECH CORPS programs.
We work with partners, who believe as we do and together we provide students and teachers access to programs designed to educate, excite and empower.

Because We Do It

  • Students have opportunities to make connections between the technology they love to use, and the educational and career pathways associated with the creation of this technology.
  • Students traditionally underrepresented in technology have safe and supportive learning environments that encourage them to explore, tinker and learn skills and concepts focused on computer science and technology.
  • Classroom teachers receive professional development, curriculum, and support they need to bring computer science into their classroom in a way that is rigorous and connected to student learning.
  • Students are graduating high school and pursuing computer science and IT-related degrees or enrolling in IT training programs.
who we are

Company Profile

For more than 40 years, we’ve been passionate about achieving better results for our clients.

Our school is dedicated to teaching students through positive learning experiences so that they will be successful at the elementary school. We believe the unique learning styles of students should be considered when planning and implementing learning activities.

Our elementary school helps each boy and girl to become a responsible and independent student, one who is a creative thinker, respectful of himself and others, and appreciative of the differences amongst people.

I want to thank all teachers who do their best to provide our children with qualitative and useful knowledge. They perfectly mix education and play, and children are very satisfied with such approach to lessons. My daughter is a graduate and she is ready to study in elementary school.

Our school is dedicated to teaching students through positive learning experiences so that they will be successful at the elementary school.

Our elementary school helps each boy and girl to become a responsible and independent student, one who is a creative thinker, respectful of himself and others, and appreciative of the differences amongst people.

Our school is dedicated to teaching students through positive learning experiences so that they will be successful at the elementary school.

Frequently Asked Questions

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For more than 40 years, we’ve been passionate about achieving better results for our clients.

Our school is dedicated to teaching students through positive learning experiences so that they will be successful at the elementary school. We believe the unique learning styles of students should be considered when planning and implementing learning activities.

I want to thank all teachers who do their best to provide our children with qualitative and useful knowledge. They perfectly mix education and play, and children are very satisfied with such approach to lessons. My daughter is a graduate and she is ready to study in elementary school.

Our elementary school helps each boy and girl to become a responsible and independent student, one who is a creative thinker, respectful of himself and others, and appreciative of the differences amongst people.

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important milestones

Organization Timeline

1995
TECH CORPS Founded

TECH CORPS was founded in 1995 by Gary Beach, Publisher Emeritus of CIO Magazine and author of The U.S. Technology Skills Gap. Sponsored by such companies as Cisco, Compaq and Intel, TECH CORPS engages a nationwide network of housands of technology volunteers in over two dozen state chapters.

1999
Seed Funding

With seed funding from Battelle, JPMorgan Chase and The Columbus Foundation, TECH CORPS launched programs in Ohio in 1999.

2011
TECH CORPS Headquarters

Due to the successes of the TECH CORPS Ohio chapter as well as the local, state and national recognition of its programming, in 2011 the National TECH CORPS Board of Trustees transferred the national charter to Ohio thus establishing Columbus, Ohio as the new national TECH CORPS headquarters.

2015
New Partnership

The Nordson Corporation Foundation and TECH CORPS announced a significant new partnership to increase middle school students’ access to high-quality technology summer programs.

Through a multi-year commitment, Nordson Corporation Foundation funds the expansion of TECH CORPS’ Techie Camp program in Ohio, Rhode Island, New Jersey and Georgia.

2018
Programs Expand

TECH CORPS programs expand into California, Colorado and New York. More than 2,200 students served in seven states.

important milestones

Company Timeline

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04.10.2018
Programs Expand

TECH CORPS programs expand into California, Colorado and New York. More than 2,200 students served in seven states.

08.10.2015
New Partnership

The Nordson Corporation Foundation and TECH CORPS announced a significant new partnership to increase middle school students’ access to high-quality technology summer programs.

Through a multi-year commitment, Nordson Corporation Foundation funds the expansion of TECH CORPS’ Techie Camp program in Ohio, Rhode Island, New Jersey and Georgia.

06.10.2011
TECH CORPS Headquarters

Due to the successes of the TECH CORPS Ohio chapter as well as the local, state and national recognition of its programming, in 2011 the National TECH CORPS Board of Trustees transferred the national charter to Ohio thus establishing Columbus, Ohio as the new national TECH CORPS headquarters.

04.10.1999
Seed Funding

With seed funding from Battelle, JPMorgan Chase and The Columbus Foundation, TECH CORPS launched programs in Ohio in 1999.

04.10.1995
TECH CORPS Founded

TECH CORPS was founded in 1995 by Gary Beach, Publisher Emeritus of CIO Magazine and author of The U.S. Technology Skills Gap. Sponsored by such companies as Cisco, Compaq and Intel, TECH CORPS engages a nationwide network of housands of technology volunteers in over two dozen state chapters.