This is a portal to our CLUB Sites that serve as the incubators for all of our programs. It is there that Leaders are created, where the curriculum is developed, and where donations originate.
Without ever charging for a program or an experience, over 2,500 YTC students have refurbished and donated over 4,000 computers to 40+ communities in North America
Using a peer learning system fueled by the changes brought about in the post-pandemic world, YTC is uniquely positioned to offer an exciting approach to STEM education and societal reform.
Help Us Connect
We are targeting the communities of Evanston, Haiti, Ghana, and Tepehuanes Mexico
this fall for computer donations.
We are searching for partners of all kinds, from organizations seeking computers or wanting to learn how to refurbish computers to donors who can help us cover the expenses of reaching the underserved.
Youth Technology Corps has evolved over three decades to an idea designed to connect our country and cross borders with digital assets and peer to peer learning opportunities. In that process YTC creates empathic leaders, with aspirations for personal growth and social justice.
who provides the lion share of our raw material as Sargent & Lundy's retired computers are getting a second life giving us the tools we need to connect and transform communities worldwide.
Our battle to fight inequality.
According to TakingITGlobal, the digital divide now encompasses the ability, both technical and financial, to make full use of the technology available, taking into consideration access, or lack of access, to the internet. It's most direct impact on K-12 students in communities of color, which can lead to long-term negative consequences. Learn more about YTC CONNECTS here.