Our Tech Power program supports nonprofit organizations in the following areas:
- Improving lives: This program supports nonprofits that use innovation to improve the lives of veterans. It also supports STEM education programs teaching students to use innovation to solve challenges in their communities.
- Advancing careers: This program supports nonprofits that are launching meaningful technology careers for young people, underrepresented populations, and veterans or providing employment support to veterans.
- Abilities, Inc. at The Viscardi Center helps veterans in Nassau County match job skills with current labor market needs, improve interview techniques, and develop solid resumes with the goal of securing employment.
- Girls Who Code is on a mission to increase the number of women in computer science by equipping 3rd to 12th grade girls with the necessary computing skills to pursue 21st century opportunities.
- KTECH provides workforce training and credential programs in Mechatronics, Soldering, and Robotics, preparing underrepresented populations for high-demand advanced manufacturing careers in Huntsville, Alabama.
Electronic Systems accepts funding requests year-round for our Tech Power program. Priority is given to organizations whose mission and program focus aligns with our giving priorities of improving lives through innovation and advancing careers in technology. We ask interested organizations to submit a 1-page concept paper to email@example.com.
Tech Power: Innovating for Impact Program
The Tech Power: Innovating for Impact Program leverages undergraduate engineering students’ expertise to create assistive technology solutions for disabled veterans.
Through the Tech Power Impact Design Program, we develop solutions that improve the lives of disabled veterans. We bring together engineering college students, employee mentors, veterans organizations, and others to create and execute meaningful projects to support the veteran community. Core to our approach is to inspire future engineers to use their skills as a part of real-world projects related to their engineering education.
We partner with leading engineering programs at colleges and universities near our facilities to present students with a problem to solve for a disabled veteran who lives in the surrounding community. We work with America’s VetDogs to match disabled veteran(s) with a student team who can use their engineering skills to create innovative, custom solutions.