The IT Club is a student-run 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization, dedicated to reducing the global e-waste problem and bringing computers to underrepresented students to enable learning opportunities. We prevent outdated and broken computers from becoming e-waste, and make technology accessible for students who otherwise would not have access to a computer.
We are a team of high schoolers who have a passion for giving back to the community by providing free IT services to the communities, donating refurbished computers to underrepresented students and sharing our knowledge of STEM with younger students.
What We Do
Free IT Services
We believe that repair should be an easily accessible method to revive and rejuvenate any device.
By prolong the life of existing devices, together, we prevent outdated and broken computers from becoming e-waste.
Simply fill out this form if you'd like a free repair or upgrade to your device.
Students in Need
In COVID-19 pandemic, online learning has become the only way students can receive their education.
And yet, 35% of households in the US with school-age children and an annual income of under $30,000 do not have access to adequate technology for learning at home.
We refurbish computers and bring them to underrepresented students.
If you'd like to donate devices to student in need, please fill out this form.
We share our interests in STEM with diverse populations. Our goal is to inspire younger students to pursue STEM.
Our STEM classes and Talks provide opportunities for highly motivated students to explore STEM related fields, to be better prepared to face the challenges of a science- and technology-driven society.