We are on a mission to close the educational and economic opportunity gap in tech for black and brown communities. By providing technology and life skills training, we aim to prepare 5 million black and brown individuals to face a dynamic future in mobile development and cloud computing in our first decade.
What We Do
Barriers to economic and social independence persist for many black and brown students enrolled in city schools that do not fund evolutionary technological programs. Suburban school districts, for example, receive 23 billion dollars more in technology funding than city schools. This disparity limits access and proportional representation of qualified black specialists. Youth from economically disadvantaged backgrounds are unable to compete in a world dependent on technology. Dreamerscorp has been tackling this issue by providing transformative afterschool and summer certification and skills programs to black and brown youth in grades 9-12. Our programs focus on providing youth with 21st century technology skills in coding, project management and cloud computing. In Buffalo, New York of the 33,000 students, only 21% are proficient in Math and English. Our technology programs will improve math and reading literacy while preparing students to compete in an industry set to grow 31% in the next decade.