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KidsTek would like to welcome back Steve Kessler to our wonderful staff team! Steve started with KidsTek in August of 2006, and was hired to work with our class at that time at the Bridge...
When it comes to delivering technology education suited for the 21st century, it’s very important to consider what types of students are being attracted to the content.  Anybody who is...
As STEM-related employment opportunities are on the rise, so is the national priority to prepare the emerging workforce with the appropriate education.  These career paths have been...
Raul Ramirez is participant in our summer program with Aurora Youth 4 Success.  He is an outstanding student with a bright future ahead of him.  Read more about Raul and our other...
This month, KidsTek has had the privilege of once again working with an amazing program known as Aurora Youth 4 Success, founded by Nancy and Terry Todd.  Nancy is a Colorado State...
It’s the heart of summer throughout the Mile High City, and a select group of KidsTek students are enjoying the first annual Swiftie.U (pronounced “Swiftie dot U”) Camp in Downtown Denver...
  With the recent wrap-up of the 2013-2014 school year, it's been a good time for us to reflect on the many exciting opportunities that have come our way and that we've provided for...
Just last week, the country marked National Summer Learning Day, a “national advocacy day recognized to spread awareness about the importance of summer learning for our nation’s youth in...
This past Friday was a great day for selected KidsTek high school students.  Friday the 13th is usually regarded as unlucky, but for 15 of our top high school grade-earners, this was...
The weekend’s stormy weather gave way to a gorgeous mile high Monday, just ahead of tee time for KidsTek’s 13th annual Charity Golf Classic!  This year, the event was back on the...

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Inaugural Swiftie.U camp a huge success!

A big thank you to Swiftpage for hosting the first Swiftie.U week-long session for our high school students, where they learned about email marketing and what it's like to work for a progressive leader in the software industry in Colorado. Read all about it here:
 

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