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KidsTek is thrilled to add Alexandra Palma as our July student of the month! Alex will be starting her junior year at Adams City High School, where she has completed two semesters of the...
KidsTek high school students have been involved in a career exploration course this summer during the Aurora Youth 4 Success program.  Students learned how to look for jobs online and...
Summer break is usually thought of as a time for kids to relax and rejuvenate. However, most youth will experience learning loss when not engaged in some sort of educational activity....
KidsTek is privileged to once again receive support from Xcel Energy in conjunction with our summer program at Aurora Youth 4 Success.   Our programs survive because of the generosity...
KidsTek is offering a three-week career exploration course during the annual Aurora Youth 4 Success program this month.  This is the 7th year of the Aurora program and KidsTek is proud...
As temperatures rise across the city, so does the "summer melt" problem affecting incoming college freshman.  Summer melt occurs when graduated high school students intending to enroll...
KidsTek staff recently had the privilege of attending the annual Women in Technology Conference hosted by the Colorado Technology Association.  We enjoyed an entire day of direct...
Last week, KidsTek high school students had the opportunity to develop, design and present their own business plan at “Swiftie.U,” hosted at Swiftpage, a Denver-based technology company....
KidsTek hosted our 14th Annual Charity Golf Classic this past week at the Inverness.  We had a great tournament and raised a lot of money for a great cause: our kids!  After the...
As the KidsTek programs around the metro area wind down for the 2014-15 school year, we would like to thank everyone that contributed to providing quality technology classes to our students...

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