Nowadays, jobs require technology skills ranging from intermediate to advanced. This usually
involves knowing specific applications, devices and software. Employers are looking for job
applicants who have computer skills that helps their companies to remain competitive and relative. Today, inner city youth’s ability to compete with their counterparts in life (especially in the job market)
is compromised because of their lack of :
What we aim to do in partnership with non-profit and businesses is to make up the technology divide between inner city youth and their suburban counterparts by:
A) Working with schools to identify students that need laptops, tablets and other devices
B) Petitioning nonprofit organizations for funding to purchase computer equipment, and oversee the distribution of said hardware to the students who need it along with full accountability
C) Offering ‘How to Sessions’ for students to learn computer networking, while installing Windows; Mac
operating systems, installing computer applications, identifying hardware, maintaining computer hardware and software as well as troubleshooting and resolving hardware and software issues.
D) Utilizing remote software that will allow us to access computers at the homes of handicapable and other
students that are unable to physically attend our technology classes.
If you're interested in attending one of our sessions or signing up for our program, start by submitting the form below and attaching your resume.
If you'd like to learn more about this program or support our efforts to give our youth equal opportunity give us a call to donate today! Your contribution will enable us to support our youth and continue program operations. We are very grateful for your generosity.