Once again we had another exciting Titanium Tech Competition – the Titanium Tech 2014 competition included students from, Durango, Mexico, Horas Mann, Ella Flag, Morton East, and Evanston Township. Stay tuned for videos and stories from the students!
1. It’s cheap.
Did you know that you can save hundreds of dollars by building a computer yourself. Much of the price of the computer goes into assembling it, and the rest is extra cost added by the manufacture just because they feel like it. By building a computer yourself, you loose these extra costs, […]
Youth Technology Corps is so proud of the recent successful Indiegogo campaign created by Keith Gordon for YTC’s after school programs, camps, and Titanium Tech Competitions. His powerful story has inspired many and serves as a testimonial to how successful Youth Technology Corps really is. Keith’s story is one of many amazing tales told throughout […]
Over the last month or so, students from YTC-Evanston have been visiting to help the seniors learn about computers. Both the seniors and our students have really enjoyed the relationship so far, which was fostered through the Evanston Public Library’s Community Engagement Librarian, Jill Skwerski. Our visits culminated in a multiple computer donation and […]
YTC’s annual Titanium Tech competition was a huge success!! All three teams consisted of a mix of high school students, Durango Students and Elementary school students, and they all battled their hearts out!
After an exciting start, the three times were will within 5 points of each other going in to the Quiz Bowl. The rules […]
Every spring, YTC has the opportunity to host a computer refurbishing competition called “Titanium Tech”. The students work hard all year long to participate in this anticipated event. They practice their computer skills tirelessly with the hope that their team will be deemed the Titanium Tech champion.
In Spring, we will select the hardest working students to […]