Sunday Online Workshops

To enroll in classes, it is best to use Google Chrome.

Sunday programs are for students ages 7-22 who would like to learn various technology skills. Students are separated by age into different classrooms. Each Sunday is a different topic. You have the option of enrolling in an all levels workshop or a level II workshop.

Feb 5
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Creating Animated GIFs [All Levels]
$25
Enroll
Learn all about the basics of animation and how to create looping GIFs using drawings and videos.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Feb 5
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Creating Animated GIFs [Level II]
$25
Enroll
Learn how to take your animation skills to the next level in this animated GIF workshop. Previous animation experience is helpful.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Feb 12
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Code a Winter Greeting [All Levels]
$25
Enroll
Learn how to create an interactive greeting card using illustration, code, and music. No coding experience needed.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Feb 12
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Code a Winter Greeting [Level II]
$25
Enroll
Learn how to create an interactive greeting card. The Level II workshop is for those that want to learn more advanced coding skills and gain tips for debugging and troubleshooting their code. Prior experience in any coding language is helpful.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Mar 5
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Music Production [All Levels]
$25
Enroll
Learn how to create beats and produce digital music. No previous music experience required.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Mar 5
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Music Production [Level II]
$25
Enroll
Learn how to create beats, record sound, and produce digital music. The Level II workshop will also share tips for networking and collaborating with other musicians. Some experience with music is helpful.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Mar 19
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Artificial Intelligence [All Levels]
$25
Enroll
Learn how AI tools can generate art and creative projects. For anyone also interested in learning more about AI’s impact on the art world and recent controversies, join us for our free virtual Digital Citizenship workshop on 3/15.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Mar 19
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Artificial Intelligence [Level II]
$25
Enroll
Learn how AI tools can be used to create art, and how AI is integrated into our everyday lives in the forms of voice assistants, chatbots, personalized shopping, and more! For anyone also interested in learning more about AI’s impact on the art world and recent controversies, join us for our free virtual Digital Citizenship workshop on 3/15.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Apr 2
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Web Comics [All Levels]
$25
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Create web comics using digital illustration and storytelling tools.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Apr 2
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Web Comics [Level II]
$25
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Create web comics using illustration and storytelling tools. This Level II workshop is for anyone interested in strengthening their digital drawing skills and taking on freelancing projects as an illustrator.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Apr 30
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Video Editing [All Levels]
$25
Enroll
Learn the basics of video production and how to create a short film. Edit video, music, sound, and text.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Apr 30
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Video Editing [Level II]
$25
Enroll
This workshop is for anyone who would like to take their video editing skills to the next level. Practice interview techniques, explore how pacing can affect a story, and learn more about color correction and basic visual effects.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
May 7
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Typography and Graphic Design [All Levels]
$25
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Learn the basics of typography and graphic design to create digital postcards
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
May 7
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Typography and Graphic Design [Level II]
$25
Enroll
This Level II workshop is for anyone who wants to explore more advanced graphic design skills and learn more about developing a design portfolio.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
May 21
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Data Visualization and Infographics [All Levels]
$25
Enroll
Learn the basics of how data and design can create beautiful infographics, charts, maps, and more.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
May 21
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Data Visualization and Infographics [Level II]
$25
Enroll
This Level II workshop will cover how to analyze data and create beautiful visualizations using code and design tools. Prior design experience is helpful.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Jun 4
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Intro to Python [All Levels]
$25
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Learn the basics of the coding language Python and how to create web applications.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?
Jun 4
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

Online

Python [Level II]
$25
Enroll
Learn how the coding language Python is used to create web applications. This Level II workshop will explore the foundations of Python and how web developers use tools like GitHub for collaboration and version control.
WHO IS THIS WORKSHOP FOR?

Sunday In-Person Workshops

To enroll in classes, it is best to use Google Chrome.

Join us back in-person! TKU's Sunday programs are for students ages 7-22 who would like to learn various technology skills. Each Sunday will cover a different topic and project. Depending on your tech experience, you have the option of enrolling in the All Levels or Level II workshop.
All in-person participants will need to follow guidance shared after registration to gain clearance to our space at NYU.

Feb 12
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Physical Computing: Crafting with Circuits [All Levels]
$35
Enroll
Start exploring circuits by creating an LED light-up greeting card.
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Feb 12
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Physical Computing: Crafting with Circuits [Level II]
$35
Enroll
Start exploring circuits by creating an LED light-up greeting card
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Mar 19
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Artificial Intelligence [All Levels]
$35
Enroll
Learn how AI tools can generate art and creative projects. For anyone interested in learning more about AI’s impact on the art world and recent controversies, join us for our free Digital Citizenship workshop on 3/15.
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Mar 19
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Artificial Intelligence [Level II]
$35
Enroll
Learn how AI tools can be used to create art, and how AI is integrated into our everyday lives in the forms of voice assistants, chatbots, personalized shopping, and more! For anyone interested in learning more about AI’s impact on the art world and recent controversies, join us for our free Digital Citizenship workshop on 3/15.
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Apr 30
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Video Editing [All Levels]
$35
Enroll
Learn the basics of video production and how to create a short film. Edit video, music, sound, and text.
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Apr 30
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Video Editing [Level II]
$35
Enroll
This workshop is for anyone who would like to take their video editing skills to the next level. Practice interview techniques, explore how pacing can affect a story, and learn more about color correction and basic visual effects.
view details
May 21
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Data Visualization and Infographics [All Levels]
$35
Enroll
Learn the basics of how data and design can create beautiful infographics, charts, maps, and more
view details
May 21
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Data Visualization and Infographics [Level II]
$35
Enroll
This Level II workshop will cover how to analyze data and create beautiful visualizations using code and design tools. Prior design experience is helpful.
view details
Jun 4
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Creating Music with Code [All Levels]
$35
Enroll
Create new sounds with the live coding music synth, Sonic Pi. No experience required.
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Jun 4
3:30 - 5:30 PM ET

370 Jay St, Brooklyn, NY

Creating Music with Code [Level II]
$35
Enroll
Create new sounds with the live coding music synth, Sonic Pi. Some experience with code in any language is helpful.
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After School Workshops

To enroll in classes, it is best to use Google Chrome.

After-school workshops are free programs for students ages 7-22 who would like to learn various technology skills while also building communication skills. Since these programs are after-school, they are less intense and focus more on providing the student a space to create projects while bonding with peers. 

Feb 8
5:00 - 6:00 PM ET

Online

Digital Citizenship - Social Media Algorithms
FREE
Enroll
Learn how algorithms influence our social media experiences. This workshop is part of our ‘Digital Citizenship’ series. Join us in the other sessions to learn more about Artificial Intelligence, Copyright, and NFTs.
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Mar 15
5:00 - 6:00 PM ET

Online

Digital Citizenship - Artificial Intelligence
FREE
Enroll
Learn how artificial intelligence is being used to generate art and influence human creativity. We will discuss its impact on the art world, recent controversies, and look at some AI tools that are available.
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Apr 26
5:00 - 6:00 PM ET

Online

Digital Citizenship - Copyright
FREE
Enroll
Learn about Copyright Law, fair use, and discuss some copyright infringement cases.
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May 17
5:00 - 6:00 PM ET

Online

Digital Citizenship - NFTs
FREE
Enroll
Learn about NFTs, how they are created, their effects on the environment, and more.
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School Break Programs

To enroll in classes, it is best to use Google Chrome.

School Break Programs are for students ages 7-22 who would like to learn various technology skills while also building communication skills during short school breaks. Since these programs are after-school, they are less intense and focus more on providing the student a space to create projects while bonding with peers. 

Feb 21 &
Feb 22

1:00- 3:00 PM EST
online
Midwinter Recess Program - Interactive Storytelling with Twine
$50
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Learn how to design games and create interactive stories using Twine. On the second day of the workshop, we will learn to use HTML and CSS in our projects. No prior coding experience required. Who Should Take This Workshop: Ages 10-22
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Virtual Parent Talks (Free)

To enroll in classes, it is best to use Google Chrome.

Listen to various talks based on the needs of parents and guardians with neurodiverse children. These free talks provide information and resources to help you and your family. Free parent talks are offered to parents/guardians regardless if they have students in TKU or not.

More parent talks coming in 2023!

Summer In-Person Workshops

Join our in-person summer workshops where students ages 7-21 work on amazing tech projects, learn important tech skills, and socialize with like-minded techies! Each week is a different topic and you can enroll in any week you'd like!

Important COVID Info

As per NYU guidelines where all of our in-person workshops are being held, all attendees must be fully vaccinated and boosted against covid-19. Masks will be required. More info can be found via our FAQ page.

Important Deadline + Refund Info

The deadline to register is 1 month before each class starts due to NYU's long approval process of vaccination. Refunds will only be provided in certain cases. More info can be found via our FAQ page.

Teen Socials

Our Teen Events are in-person programs that meet once a month on Friday evenings for students ages 14-22. These socials are a great time for teens and young adults to socialize with other techies, play games, and more! 
All in-person participants will need to follow guidance shared after registration to gain clearance to our space at NYU.

Feb 10
4:30 - 6:30 PM ET

In-Person

February Film Party
$10
Enroll
Join other teen techies for our in-person film party. Rate short films with us, participate in our movie trivia, and win movie-themed prizes!
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Mar 31
4:30 - 6:30 PM ET

In-Person

Spring Break Kick-off Party
$10
Enroll
Join other teen techies for our in-person Spring Break Kick-off party. Games, food, prizes, and more!
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Jun 9
4:30 - 6:30 PM ET

In-Person

Start to Summer Teen Party
$10
Enroll
Join other teen techies for our in-person Start to Summer party. Games, food, prizes, and more!
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TKU Digital Agency

TKU DIGITAL AGENCY WEBSITE



The TKU Digital Agency is a program for young people who learn differently that mimics a real workplace. Participants have advanced tech skills, complete projects for real clients, and are paid a
stipend for their contributions.


Applications for Spring 2023 are closed.


Sign-up for our mailing list to be notified when Summer 2023 application open!

Career Track Course (CTC)

To enroll in this course, it is best to use Google Chrome.

The Career Track Program is a series of career-ready workshops designed to help students achieve their goals by giving them specific skills needed to start exploring employment in a particular aspect of a tech field.

.Need-based financial aid is available for all Career Track Courses.

Tuesdays,

8 Sessions

3/7 - 5/2
5:00 - 6:30 PM ET

Online

How to be a UX Designer and Web Accessibility Specialist
This 8-week program is for participants ages 15-24 who are interested in learning how to design accessible digital products using professional tools like Figma, Miro, and Airtable. If you would like to learn more about web accessibility, design, and how to pursue a career path in this field, this workshop is for you!
$150
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Creative Tech Internship (CTI)

The TKU Creative Tech Internship (CTI) is an internship for teens/young adults aged 16-22 interested in work or study in creative tech-based fields, and acts as a bridge between school experiences and workplace environments. CTI interns meet weekly September to June to work together on various deliverables for our client-based projects. Interns learn soft skills while working in an office environment and work on their social-emotional learning and transition skills. TKU seeks committed candidates who will attend the program weekly as part of a school program or who have graduated high school. *This is an unpaid internship, but students can receive credit through their school.

APPLICATIONS ARE NOW CLOSED FOR THE 2022-23 SCHOOL YEAR.
Please check back in August, 2023 for next year's application.

College Access Program (CAP)

The TKU College Access Program provides a supportive environment for neurodiverse students to explore college options and build college readiness skills. This program is designed for students aged 14-22. Topics discussed include: college experience expectations, identity development, social skills, and self-advocacy. Program content will be influenced by needs, interests, and concerns expressed by students.


APPLICATIONS WILL OPEN FEBRUARY 1, 2023.
Sign up for our mailing list to stay up to date with all course offerings!

APPLY FOR FALL 2022 CAP

Career Readiness Internship Summer Program (CRISP)

CRISP is a 6-week invite-only summer internship program for TKU’s advanced students. Interns work 4 days a week at external worksites matched to their skill set and interests. Interns also spend a dedicated amount of time each week with TKU staff learning career readiness skills such as interviewing, portfolio and resume building, and more. Guest lecturers speak about career choices. Participants are paid a stipend for their work.


This program is invite only and preference is given to students who have taken multiple TKU workshops and have been in programs such as CTI and TKU Digital Agency.

NSF Game Design &
Employment Summer Workshop

Year 3: Summer 2023 Application Coming Soon!
Sign up for our mailing list to receive updates. 

WHAT:
• Free 4-week tech skills program
• Learn basic game design skills
• Explore different tech careers
• Practice job skills

WHEN:
• Summer 2022: July 11th - August 5th
• Daily from 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM ET

WHERE:
• Online via Zoom

ABOUT:
This program is for students ages 14-21 on the autism spectrum who will participate in a research study and workshop at Tech Kids Unlimited.org, anon-profit education organization, duringSummer 2022.The program will help us learn how to more effectively teach students who learn in different ways. Before, during, and after the program, students will complete surveys and answer questions about their goals and interests. Students in the study will earn a $50 gift card for attending the program in full, completing assessments, and providing necessary documentation.

ELIGIBILITY:
• Between the ages of 14-21
• Have never taken a TKU workshop before
• Must provide formal documentation of Autism Spectrum Disorder
• Available daily for the entire four week period
Available for two 1.5-2 hour long assessments: one the week before and one the week after the workshop

INTERESTED OR HAVE QUESTIONS?
CONTACT:
nsf@techkidsunlimited.org