We bridge the gap in programming education by facilitating training events for students, teachers, and school districts all over the world.

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Who We Are

We’re a 501(c)(3) run by a group of computer science education experts determined to level the playing field for kids everywhere by giving them access to free, open source programming education.

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What We Do

Using computer programming and IoT curriculum, we partner with schools, businesses, and nonprofits to help students develop essential critical thinking and problem-solving skills.

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Our programs are custom tailored to suit the needs of your organization.  Interested in working with us?  

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Our Team

Samantha attends Harvey Mudd College majoring in Biogenomics. Brick attends Brigham Young University majoring in Mathematics. Beginning when they were freshmen in high school they have tested and taught programming, Internet of Things and data visualization curriculum to a variety of different students. If the curriculum doesn’t keep them engaged and enthusiastic we know there is more work to be done.

Samantha Langit and Brick Ellis

Designation: Teen Testers

Justin Valley is a professional technical trainer. He is a Lead Trainer for TKP courseware. Justin is an avid traveler and is passionate about technology education for the young people of the world. He has an MBA.

Justin Valley

Company Name: TKP Labs
Designation: Lead Trainer

Jesse Phelps is a professional developer for Pomiet, LLC. He is working on his Masters of Engineering. He authors TKP IoT courseware.

Jesse Phelps

Company Name: TKP Labs
Designation: Professional Developer

Jessica Ellis is the Director for the Boys and Girls Club of San Dieguito. She is the Program Director for TKP. Jessica first taught her own sons to code with TKP courseware. She is also currently developing IoT courseware for TKP.

Jessica Ellis

Company Name: TKP Labs
Designation: Director

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