In 2002, Jacquelyn Thomas-Coburn and Freddie Coburn started Kids-N-Technology® (KNT) as a small, community, non-profit organization. The Coburns created an innovative after-school program to provide homework help, tutoring in math and science, and hands-on computer repair classes for underprivileged, latch-key kids. The Coburn family soon turned their passion for education and technology into a week-long summer camp where kids ages 8 –18, designed and built their own computers and took it home! Preparing kids to compete globally. For over a decade, KNT students are succeeding in Universities and corporate careers. These impressive results represent a strong start in KNT’s quest to help meet the demand for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education.
Goodwill Campus of Charlotte; Charlotte Mecklenburg and Los Angeles, school districts partner with KNT to bring high tech to their school districts.
STEM education is our speciality. KNT is bridging the STEM gap in primary education by bringing cutting-edge tech activates to k-12 classrooms.
KNT prepare kids to compete globally. Our cutting-edge STEM activities engage, educate and excite kids about STEM.