Bridging the digital divide
A 501(c)3 non-profit leveraging the power of our youth to promote technology education, mentorship, collaboration and service across Hawaii.
Have you ever wanted to create your own website? Are you curious about technology or coding and looking for more guidance on how to start? Sign up for one of our Intro to Web Development workshop sessions on June 18, 2022 at Waianae Public Library!
We are excited to be offering in-person coding or technology workshops at libraries across the islands! Event topics will vary based on volunteer interest. Currently we plan to hold 1 workshop every 1 – 2 months depending on volunteer availability.
Free virtual classes for teens teaches the basics of coding through peer mentorship with UH computer science students!
Free coding classes in Spring 2022 for 6th - 12th graders
Have you ever wanted to build your own website? Learn basic HTML, CSS, and JS to kickstart your learning! This is an interactive coding session that will be followed by a computer science college student panel where you can ask questions about tech, computer science, college and more! Content is geared towards 6th - 12th grade students but anyone is welcome to participate.
Join us on special Saturdays where we explore technology in different fields of study.
Join us on Tuesdays and Thursdays for 30-minute rapid live coding sessions.
Are you a high school or college student interested in learning more about technology, networking with peers, and making a positive community difference during the pandemic?
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Technology Outreach Hawaii aims to guide Hawaii towards confidence in being users and/or creators of technology while empowering youth. We are working to partner with libraries and community organizations across the state to offer student-driven digital literacy initiatives.
We must bridge the digital divide in Hawaii by creating a sustainable and measurable infrastructure for accessible technology education, skilled mentors, and resources.
Our goal is to involve 60% of zip codes in our programs by June 30, 2022.
What we do
We start and support programs related to technology education.
We aim to be the hub for all free community technology resources across the state.