Teaching Technology to Kids who Learn Differently

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 8 to 18 with special needs, which empowers and inspires the next generation of digital natives to learn, create, develop and share the tools of technology.

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

Supported By: The FAR Fund, Goldman Sachs Gives, and The New York Community Trust.
Tech Kids Unlimited is also supported by gifts from generous individuals.

Program Partners

May 26th, 2015 at 8:18pm
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May 26th, 2015 at 8:17pm
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Tech Kids Unlimited
NYU’s Media and Games Network
2 Metrotech Center, 8th Floor
ATTN: Eric Maiello
Brooklyn, NY 11201

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