Technology Fuels Education
TSI provides engaging and interactive STEM programs for students who want to learn about Programming and emerging Technology industries.
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As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we accept any contributions to help further our initiative to get more STEM programs in schools.
Student Centered Programs
Tech in Schools Initiative (TSI) is focused on ensuring the highest quality education program for students of all ages by providing unlimited access to resources, tools and one-on-one help from our trained professionals.
Let the numbers talk!
We provide support for more than +15.000 people.
Apps built by Students
Donations in 2019-2020
First Time on Themeforest
What our clients said about us
Here’s what you need to know about your pixfort, based on the questions we get asked the most.
“I was scanned using an Aesthetical structure sensor to make a 3d model of myself. I added it to my unity game object and tracked it to my id. Afterward, I used the rotate tool to make it as close to hovering off the id as possible.
‘In this class i learned about this website and how they took featured from different websites we used and made so that we could use it and i honestly think its cool. i logged in created my account and then i switched to dark mode which made the site look even cooler and it felt like the dark mode from youtube.
“What I’ve done in the Webguyz class, we’ve experimented with VR, made websites, and try to make our own companies. We used Gum, cPanel, WordPress, and all other websites used to create our products.
“We worked on something different than we did yesterday. Yesterday, we worked on actually making our game an app and building it while today, we worked on adding things into our app.
“I am the assistant manager of the group. The duties of an assistant manager may include direct supervision of staff, employee evaluation, initial disciplinary contact, and performing other managerial tasks when the manager is unavailable. Basically, I will supervise on all groups along with the manager and perform managerial tasks when he is unavailable.
“Product development (my team) are basically the brains of the group. They plan out the app, and make goals/plans for everyone else. They create the ideas and plan the future of the app, and make structures for any plans. We plan out the costs, and the stock rise, everything money-related; we also test our product in the market. Basically, seeing how well it’d do in today’s app store, and what not, how much money we’ll make depending on how people live, and think today. Lastly, our team sells the product. We advertise the product to the public, and investors, and finds different ways to sell to the public. Advertising, like on websites and youtube videos and what-not is also apart of our team.
STEM learning only works if students are engaged, understand the career opportunities within Tech Industries and obtain the necessary skills along the way.
Nick Kukaj. Vice President
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