We measure our success, in part, by the number of students we’re able to introduce to technology education opportunities.
Our goal is to put technology education resources into the hands of 250,000 students.
Getting there will require a monumental effort, and we can’t do it without you. Please consider donating to support our mission, and be sure to check back often on our progress! You can also follow the work we’re doing on our News page and social media channels.
The RTF has donated over $50,000 in scholarships to students across the country, and we continue to add to that total every year.
Student Tech Ed Access
The RTF has helped over 150,000 students experience technology education opportunities.
So far, we’ve donated technology resources to over 800 classrooms across all 50 states, and we’re reaching out to new classrooms weekly.
A few examples of recent donations
Symsonia, KY – Snap Circuits
These kits will teach circuitry concepts to elementary science classes.
Kennard, TX – 3D Printer
This printer will be used to teach computer applications and problem-solving.
Samson, AL – Drones
These kits will allow students to learn computational thinking and harness the power of coding by programming for autonomous flights.
Kimball, MN – Snap Circuits
These kits will aid in establishing a new elementary STEAM room.
Sanders, AZ – Edison Robots
These robots will help launch an after-school computer science club.
Tonopah, NV – Interactive Whiteboard
This whiteboard will support a classroom of students with low vision and communication needs.
Saint George, SC – Solar Robots
These robots will be utilized in a new elementary STEM lab to support science and engineering skills.
Elm Mott, TX – 3D Printers
These printers will support a new robotics/STEAM class at a high school.
Golovin, AK – Lego Spike Kits and STEAM Park
These robotics kits will support a new after-school Lego Club.
Brooklyn, MS – Edison Robots
These robots will support a high school’s career and technical education computer science class.
Waterford, WI – Lego Mindstorms
These robots will support a middle school robotics program.
Grey, ME – 3D Printer
This printer will be used to build specialized robot parts for a high school robotics team.
Blissfield, MI – Spheros
These devices will support a Makerspace program for early elementary students.
Irwinton, GA – GoTalk Devices
These devices will be used for Augmentative and Alternative Communication in an elementary classroom.
Livingston, AL – Lego Spike Robots
These kits will support STEM engagement across core disciplines in a high school.
Huntsville, MO – Raspberry Pis and mBots
These tools will support high school students in learning how to code, problem-solve, and work as a team.
Eutaw, AL – iPad
This device will be used to support student accessibility to educational content and communication methods in a self-contained classroom.
Boise City, OK – Lego Spikes and BricQ
These kits will support a new program entering the FIRST Tech Challenge.