To bridge the gender and cultural gap in the Information Technology field.

Innovators of Tomorrow, Inc (IOTINC) strives to help children become aware of all the opportunities that are available to them.

Issue #1 - Blacks, Hispanics, and women are underrepresented in the technical field.

Issue #2 - By 2020, 77% of all jobs will require technological skills, but K-12 schools in the United States are not adequately preparing students to fill these roles.

We want to prepare your child for the future by equipping them with the proper tools to help them succeed in life. Even if they do not choose a career in STEM, these skills will help them in a variety of other professions.

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Design IT

Learning to code teaches you design skills.
The core principles of design are:
  • how to experiment with new ideas (thinking creatively)
  • how to take complex ideas and break them down into simpler parts (reasoning systematically)
  • how to collaborate with others on a project (teamwork)
  • how to find and fix bugs when things go wrong (creative problem solving)
  • how to persevere in the face of frustration (conflict resolution)
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    Build IT

    Our workshops will include learning the following areas of technology:
    Cybersecurity, data analytics, app design/creation, programming (software development), robotics, web design/creation, and much more!
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    Achieve IT

    Coding builds confidence and gives you a great feeling of accomplishment.
    Once kids learn the type of thinking required to break down and solve a coding problem, the transition to other coding languages is relatively straightforward.
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    Innovative methods of teaching
    Early exposure to technology skills is the key to having a stable, successful career in the future. Preparing your children to be confident, independent, and resourceful problem solvers, will help them succeed in all types of job professions. Now is the time to change from being passive consumers to innovative creators.