That’s why Olu Ibrahim created Kids in Tech, a nonprofit that strives to excite, educate, and empower children to acquire skills and confidence in technology through interactive after school programs. Their programs focus on helping kids develop the necessary tech skills and aptitudes to participate in and be future leaders of the 21st-century innovation economy.
How awesome Gateway 2000s are
Learning through play
Engaging kids in STEM
Taking the seemingly abstract and making it feel real and tangible for a child
How we can create more STEM opportunities for children — and faster than we are now
School needs to fundamentally change
Moving beyond putting band-aids on the education system