Our mission is to inspire girls and gender expansive youth to create tech solutions for social good.

Our programs are designed to explore Black and Latinx perspectives and contributions in technology. We serve youth between ages 10-17.

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What is INTech?

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INTech Foundation provides girls and LGBTQ+ youth with a crucial education in computer science and technology, empowering them to tackle problems using technological solutions. Our programs foster creativity and collaboration, encouraging youth to devise innovative tech-driven solutions for social issues, paving the way for new paths in tech innovation for young minds.

Our Impact

INTech Foundation, headquartered in Charlotte, NC, extends its educational outreach to students across the Americas, with a focus on ages 10-17 from over 22 states in the US. Their initiatives have also impacted underserved communities in Ontario, Canada, and South America.


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Our Programs

We offer three specialized programming tracks tailored to diverse interests. Our flagship programs include INTech Academy, Summer Camp for Girls, Community Workshops, and Code Clubs.

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INTech Academy

Our signature program. INTech Foundation's flagship program provides youth with comprehensive training in coding, business development, and applied technology.
(Ages 13-17)

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Camp for Girls

INTech Foundation's program provides scholars with a 5-day immersive experience, teaching them website development and coding skills, culminating in the creation of a functional tech-based project.
(Ages 10-13)

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Community Workshops

INTech Foundation offers free 1-hour workshops focused on enhancing digital literacy, delving into the societal effects of technology, and fostering a knowledgeable and socially conscious tech community.(All ages are welcome)

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You can do anything with code.

Jessica Williams
INTech Scholar
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Real images & names of our scholars are not used to protect their privacy.

We need more people as in people with different colors of skin in tech.

Sofia Rodriguez
INTech Scholar
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The program is perfect.

Priya Gupta
INTech Scholar
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