LOWELL, MASS. – Kids in Tech, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping children gain critical skills and confidence in STEM fields, has been named a partner for Massachusetts STEM Week for the second year in a row. Awarded $40,240 by the Baker-Polito Administration and Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) this past August, Kids in Tech was […]

Kids In Tech Named Partner of Massachusetts STEM Week 2020

Nonprofit Delivering After-School STEM Programs is Honored to Lead Cybersecurity Challenge for Students Across Massachusetts LOWELL, MA, (October 7, 2020)—Kids in Tech, the STEM education nonprofit that strives to excite, educate and empower nextgen leaders of the innovation economy, has been named a partner of the third annual Massachusetts STEM Week 2020 (STEM Week).  STEM Week […]

Representative David Nangle visits students at the Moody Elementary School with the Kids in Tech after-school Tech Club Program

Lowell–On Tuesday, November 13, Representative David Nangle (D-Lowell), joined Kids in Tech at the Moody Elementary School to learn about the Kids in Tech STEM after-school programming. The students shared with Representative Nangle what they’ve done so far this year in Tech Club, including building their own video games. The accessibility to STEM education that Kids […]

Kids in Tech, Inc. Named Recipient for Cummings Foundation $100K for 100 Grant Program

Nonprofit uses hands-on learning to teach students in Lowell about advancing technologies through after school programming Representing Kids in Tech, Inc., Olu Ibrahim, Founder and CEO joined approximately 300 other guests at a reception at TradeCenter 128 in Woburn to celebrate the $10 million infusion into Greater Boston’s nonprofit sector. With the conclusion of the […]

Kids in Tech students celebrate Pi Day

LOWELL – This Friday, in recognition of Pi Day (March 14), Kids in Tech will host a special Pizza “Pi” Party for students participating in the after-school tech program. As part of the lesson, students will measure the diameter and circumference of pizzas, and use this hands-on display as a lesson on fractions and ratios.