Our mission is to help bridge the digital divide with seniors and to introduce and spark an interest in programming for young children.
Our main objective at Teach-Technology Organization is to help seniors with their their technology devices and help them incorporate technology into their life to the fullest potential; and to introduce children to programming and spark an interest in them for programming.
Teach-Technology Organization, Inc., cofounded by Ameya Jadhav and Daksha Jadhav, is a registered 501(3)(c) nonprofit in the state of Georgia since 2019. We teach seniors and children the basics of technology and programming through the use of instructional power points and interactive sessions. We strongly believe that having students from the community teach seniors all about technology will raise awareness for the cause and help them understand how much of an impact technology has on their lives. We also believe that having students from the community teach other students the basics of programming and the Python language will introduce children at a young age to programming and hopefully spark an interest in them for the future. For our Sessions for Seniors, we’ve established different levels of experience, and conduct sessions according to these levels. We have been conducting our interactive sessions and programming classes at multiple locations in the Forsyth, Northern Fulton and Gwinnett counties of Georgia, since December of 2016.
Ameya Jadhav, the Co-Founder and the Executive Director of Teach-Technology Organization, Inc., is a freshman at Denmark High School. He is a member of his school's FBLA. He is also a state winner in the Georgia State Student Technology Competition for Project Programming, Programming Challenge, and Technology Literacy Challenge. During his free time, he likes to play the guitar and alto saxophone.
Daksha Jadhav, a freshman at Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) and the Co-Founder and President of Teach-Technology Organization, Inc. created to bridge the digital divide of the baby boomer generation living in her community and the current generation. She aims to help them incorporate technology into their daily lives to make it easier. She is also the Georgia State runner up for the Women in Computing Award for 2015-2016 and 2016-2017. During her free time she likes to dance and read.
Isha Naidu is a freshman at the University of Georgia (UGA) and was the former Vice President and member of Teach-Technology Organization, Inc. She is also a year-round swimmer at Swim Atlanta and during her free time she enjoys volunteering at the Humane Society of Atlanta, traveling and exploring the outdoors.
Teach-Technology Organization, Inc. is a registered 501(3)(c) nonprofit organization in the state of Georgia.
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