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Thank you for supporting Tech Queen Elite Training Institute (TQETI).

Charitable gifts made to our organization is officially recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as having 501(c) (3) status are considered to be tax deductible contributions.

Your gift will help us to make learning possible for students of all ages, from pre-school to graduate school. Your gift also allows us to provide other educational services and opportunities that help make schools more effective and more accessible to students of all backgrounds.

You may choose from any of the following options to sponsor a STUDENT, CLASS, or DEVICE.

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THANK YOU TO ALL OF OUR RECENT DONORS & SPONSORS:

Carol A Williams (Ontario, California)

Zappos for Good (Las Vegas, NV)

Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly (Las Vegas, NV)

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Nonprofit Overview

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Mission: The Mission of Tech Queen Elite Training Institute is to address the deficiency of racial and ethnic minorities, and women, since the inception of the modern digital economy by providing quality, in-demand training and certifications for students pursuing technology career pathways from Kindergarten through college.

 

Results: over 500 students from our various training workshops, camps and virtual classes.

 

Target demographics: Bridge the digital divide amongst secondary & postsecondary schools and employer partners to streamline the pathway for students from underserved communities to excel in globally recognized certified technology programs which will lead them to sustainable employment and techpreneurship.

 

Direct beneficiaries per year: over 500 students from our various training workshops, camps and virtual classes.

 

Geographic areas served: The mission to address the deficiency of racial and ethnic minorities, and women, since the inception of the modern digital economy.

 

Programs: Technology Tre-Vocational Training, Boot Camps and Certification Training for students in Kindergarten through college.