Year Round Weekend and Weeklong Workshops

Guest Visits with Tech Professionals

Learn to Code

Mix Sound Effects

Make and Create

Be the Techie of Tomorrow

Create Digital Media

Join a Community

Build New Friendships

Create Websites

Expand Your Social Skills

Make Digital Games

Tech Kids Unlimited is a not-for-profit technology-based educational organization for kids ages 7 to 19 with special needs. Our work-based learning program empowers and inspires the next generation of digital natives to learn, create, develop and share the tools of technology in a supporting and nurturing environment.

His tech skill improved dramatically. As parents, we have become more supportive of tech because we have seen how meaningful it is for our son. I think his switch from a passive consumer of tech to a user-creator was very important for his sense of himself and for our understanding of what he can do when he is motivated.

Anna P, Mom of Student

It’s a great place to make friends and learn a ton of new stuff!

John, TKU Student

Create a Viral Video Workshop

I loved doing Photoshop. I did not know you could actually animate in Photoshop.

Jonas, TKU Student

I-Stop Animation Workshop

Helping these students has opened my eyes to their potential. It has been truly inspiring to see them walk into the classroom eager and see them leave as a knowledgeable techie. Building a strong technology foundation will give them many opportunities that they would have not otherwise had.

Cristina Ulerio

TKU Counselor

Every kid deserves to be digitally literate, but none more so than those with special needs whose ability to contribute to society may hinge on their proven facility with new languages and logics that often confound the rest of us mere mortals.

Douglas Rushkoff

Media Theorist / Professor Queens College

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Supported By

Tech Kids Unlimited is also supported by gifts from generous individuals. For a list of our contributors click here.

Program Partners

Friday, December 9th, 2016 at 3:37am
RT @edubeth1: Excited that @TechKidsU will be receiving support from Google--#diversityisdisabilty #autismawareness #asd https://t.co/Umigd…
Thursday, December 8th, 2016 at 1:40pm
RT @GoogleForEdu: One step closer to increasing diversity in #CSEdu thanks to the RISE Awards winners https://t.co/ARf9Ffrbud #CSforAll #CS
Thursday, December 8th, 2016 at 4:12am
Thanks so much to @Google! We're happy to announce @TechKidsU has been awarded the Google Rise Award to teach tech… https://t.co/8ZdPU2Wqoo
Wednesday, December 7th, 2016 at 12:43am
RT @InfyFoundation: Celebrating #CSEdWeek by announcing new grants to extend our on-going efforts to reduce the #digitaldivide in the US ht…
1 day ago
Google for Education: Google RISE Awards

Thanks so much to Google for having Tech Kids Unlimited as one of their Google Rise Recipients! We are so honored to be one of the organizations bringing technology skills to an underrepresented ... See more

Google RISE Awards are grants for organizations across the globe that promote Computer Science (CS) education and run initiatives that reach girls, underrepresented minorities, and students facing ... See more

2 days ago
Infosys Foundation USA

Thanks so much to the Infosys Foundation USA! They will be funding Tech Kids Unlimited so that we can have our first ever special needs hackathon! Details coming in 2017! Stay tuned!

Proud to announce new grants to celebrate #CSEdWeek and extend our on-going efforts to reduce the digital divide in America by helping underrepresented populations gain greater access to computer ... See more

4 days ago
Home

Wonderful to have @Peter Flom speaking to TKU parents today at our free parent talks. Peter has disabilities and talked to us about how he experiences the world and his strategies for success. See ... See more

http://www.peterflomconsulting.com/

6 days ago
Timeline Photos

Our intern, Ian, from the Summit School's work-based learning program created this logo for a real client!

1 week ago
How We Created LOLA - Kids, Code, and Computer Science Magazine

Our app LOLAapp.com was featured on Kids, Code, and Computer Science magazine!

A son and father team — Seth and Greg Truman — came up with the idea for an app called LOLA (Laugh Out Loud Aid), a funny digital tool to train your brain to remember daily living skills. The app ... See more

1 week ago
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We're so ready for #HourofCode! This weekend teens will be learning the coding language C++ and kids will be making a pong game! Register here: techkidsunlimited.org/register

1 week ago
Giving Tuesday 2016

Only 45 minutes left TONIGHT to vote for TKU so we can be eligible to win $10k! Please take a moment to vote and help support our special needs youth! It's all about our kids!

Please go here to ... See more

1 week ago
Timeline Photos

TONIGHT ONLY: Vote for TKU one last time as part of GivNYC's #GivingTuesday Live Event HERE: https://givkwik.com/nyc16/causes/Tech_Kids_Unlimited to give us the chance of winning 10k in funding which ... See more

1 week ago
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TODAY ONLY: Register for any December class at techkidsunlimited.org/register and receive 10% off! Isn't Cyber Monday the best?

1 week ago
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For Cyber Monday, you can do all of your shopping online and Amazon.com will give back a portion of their profits to charities you love at no extra cost to you! Shop via ... See more

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Tech Kids Unlimited
NYU’s Media and Games Network
2 Metrotech Center, 8th Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11201

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Beth Rosenberg,
Director:
Beth@TechKidsUnlimited.org

Cristina Ulerio,
Program & Media Manager:
Cristina@TechKidsUnlimited.org

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