The organization currently serves 10 schools; Cheboi hopes to be partnered with 100 more within the next year.

“My hope is that when the first TechLit kids graduate high school, they’re able to get a job online because they will know how to code, they will know how to do graphic design, they will know how to do marketing,” Cheboi said.

“The world is your oyster when you are educated. By bringing the resources, by bringing these skills, we are opening up the world to them.”

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