Technology is shaping the world. It is constantly evolving and creating exciting opportunities for younger generations. Our children’s future is inevitably tech filled, yet traditional pre-university education rarely reflects this.
By 2030, more than half of all jobs will require digital skills which are not covered in most school curricula.
Take young people – geeks and non-geeks – beyond their screens and teach them in a fun and inspiring way what digital technology can do for them.
At TechSpark Academy, we believe that early interaction with digital technology is the best way to create a new generation of creative and resourceful digital citizens.
The company continues to flourish with its founders, Marta Gehring & Kate Mckee at the helm – developing innovative ways to teach tech. As mothers and professionals, we remain committed to providing children with the necessary tools to excel in today’s fast paced digital world.
Trusted for our professionalism and dedication by the likes of Google, Siemens, ETHZ and a fast growing portfolio of partner schools we continue to empower students to embrace their digital future across Switzerland and Online around the world.
We are committed to fill the gap between traditional education and today’s digital world
Helping young people thrive in the digital world
from the Best
Experience has shown that the best way to get youth into digital technology is through fun, accessible learning. All our programs are led by inspiring young instructors from elite universities – carefully selected for their ability to explain complex notions and engage with students.
We know teaching style can make a world of difference, our focus is on creating, not lecturing. All our modules are hands-on, project-based using industry-standard software & accredited educational tools.
the next generation
According to the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, 65% of young people today will be working in jobs that have yet to be invented.
Every year millions of STEM jobs remain unfilled. Our programmes strive to prepare students for the fascinating, in-demand career opportunities ahead.
Fun, project based learning is our key to capturing children’s interests.
barriers for girls
Girls and women are still under-represented in the digital economy. Research shows that interest in STEM subjects is similar for both girls and boys until the age of 13, but girls tend to lose interest because of social pressure and gender stereotypes.
We strive to reduce the gender divide by encouraging girls to try coding and tap into their hidden potential. In this spirit, we are grateful to partner with Nexthink to offer “Coding for girls” scholarships.
We are thrilled to be able to build a community between young tech enthusiasts – connecting elite university students with aspiring kids and teens. We know that parents play a big role in encouraging their children to get involved in tech. Our camps host a parent open day to allow children to share with their parents what they have learned and created at TechSpark Academy.
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