Bridging The Tech Gap In Minority Communities.
Tech-Savvy was founded by Courtney Hamilton in 2016 while finishing up his bachelors degree in Computer Information Systems. During the COVID Pandemic, he saw an opportunity to come back to the DFW area and level the (tech) playing field in minority communities. The core team has over 50 years of experience in education and technology.
The main service they offer is learning to code. Students who are beginners into computer programming, known as “coding”, will learn to code using software Scratch. Scratch helps young people learn to think creatively, reason systematically, and work collaboratively — essential skills for life in the 21st century.
To ensure that students in minority communities are given the chance to future-proof their lives. Leveling the playing field by designing curriculum to ensure students are engaged, technically proficient, and most of all have fun while learning.
To empower underprivileged youth; to create their own change and take control of their own destiny.
integrity, discipline, curiosity, and resiliency.
Visit their website to learn more about how they are bridging the tech gap in minority communities.