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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.

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NEWS5CLEVELAND: Cleveland students compete in mobile app hackathon

CLEVELAND — High school students from Cleveland competed in a hackathon event on Nov. 12 at Cuyahoga Community College Eastern Campus.

The goal of the annual TECHCORPSHack event is to “provide a safe and supportive environment where students can learn more about technology” and gives students “the opportunity to learn about computer science in a fun, engaging and inclusive environment while competing in teams to create an app that tackles a real-world problem or need.”

The event was sponsored by KeyBank and CoverMyMeds.

More Than 80 Interns Complete IT On Ramp+

IT On Ramp+ is a summer work-based learning program for Franklin County high school students. This four-week experience is designed to elevate students’ mathematical understanding

Cleveland Students Are Motivated to Succeed

TECH CORPS is excited to announce a new initiative funded by a $100,000 donation from the FirstEnergy Foundation that will help expand access to computer science learning for elementary and middle school students in Akron, Elyria, Lorain and Toledo.

Lorain County siblings David and Cameron Payne will instruct the next generation of technology leaders

Oberlin High School graduates David Payne (Class of 2017) and Cameron Payne (Class of 2018) have been hired by TECH CORPS to educate, excite and empower Lorain County students this summer. “I hope to inspire high school students to pursue technology careers,” explained Cameron Payne. “As technology evolves, there are many new technology careers available, and I want to help kids like me be prepared for those jobs.”

FirstEnergy Foundation Partnership

TECH CORPS is excited to announce a new initiative funded by a $100,000 donation from the FirstEnergy Foundation that will help expand access to computer science learning for elementary and middle school students in Akron, Elyria, Lorain and Toledo.

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