We believe ALL K-12 students should have access to high-quality computer science learning experiences

The Mission of TECH CORPS is three-fold and is achieved through Programs, People and Partners.

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

PEOPLE: We recruit, train and support technology talent to implement TECH CORPS programs.

PARTNERS: 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.

“Our impact in the last 12 years"

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Building Bridges through Digital Inclusivity

We are thrilled to introduce you to Courtney Hernandez Paz, an alum of TECH CORPS. Courtney completed our Computing Career Corps program while attending Whitehall Yearling High School. Following her 2019 high school graduation, she is on target to earn a degree in Electrical Engineering from The Ohio State University in 2024.

KeyBank Volunteers Impact Students

This summer, Cleveland high school students gained hands-on, real-world experience designing websites for KeyBank mock client volunteers. Through a TECH CORPS program called Student WEB CORPS, nearly 80 students and more than 40 KeyBank volunteers partnered together for a learn-and-earn experience.

Oberlin HS Alumni Prepare Next Generation of Tech Innovators

TECH CORPS will train and deploy seven Oberlin High School graduates as summer staff for its technology programs in Lorain County this summer.

TECH CORPS Northeast Ohio Regional Manager Michelle Moore believes in hiring local talent to encourage local students. Moore explained, “I can’t think of a better way to show our Lorain County students that they are valued and have infinite potential than by hiring local grads to empower them.”

April Is National Volunteer Month

#TechCorps is growing its volunteer base in #California, #Colorado, #Georgia, #Illinois, #Ohio and #RhodeIsland. Visit techcorps.org/get-involved for available #volunteer opportunities in your area or to donate to the TECH CORPS Volunteer Build campaign.

Student TECH CORPS serves rural communities

Recent graduates from Graham High School in Champaign County are launching careers in technology thanks to a TECH CORPS signature program called Student TECH CORPS.

As part of TECH CORPS’ mission to bring safe and supportive computer science learning experiences to traditionally underrepresented groups including rural students, the Student TECH CORPS program has been available to rural communities since 2005.

100 Franklin County High School Students Invest Time After School Building Their Technology Skills

Franklin County 9th and 10th graders will have the opportunity to learn about 3D Printing, Coding, Robotics and technology careers. Thanks to the support of the Franklin County Board of Commissioners, TECH CORPS will provide 15-weeks of technology instruction to 100 TANF-eligible students. The program that runs after school, one day a week from February through May will be held at three locations—Horizon Science Academy High School, Franklin Heights High School, and the TECH CORPS office

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