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.

“Our impact in the last 12 years"

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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

Get Ready for a Great Experience

Computing Career Corps (CCC) students will receive a 21st century technology education experience and our program staff will play a vital role. That’s why our CCC program staff receives in-depth training before they engage with our students. The group in this photo is preparing to lead our 2023 CCC program that runs February – May in Central Ohio.

2022 Hackathon Winners

Congratulations to our 2022 TECHCORPShack winners. From a field of 75 students from across Ohio, four teams emerged victorious. Thank you to our incredible sponsors, KeyBank, the Franklin County Board of Commissioners and CoverMyMeds. During the TECH CORPS Hackathon, students learned how to use a mobile app development tool and received support and guidance from technology professionals from the community. Click to learn more!

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