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We are Teens Teach Technology!

Teens Teach Technology, an international nonprofit organization, aims to bridge the generational gap and empower senior citizens by teaching them the basics of technology. We achieve our mission through partnering with libraries, nursing homes, and community centers and providing free technology lessons. In a technologically-advancing age when the elderly feel isolated from society, providing access to the digital world is crucially vital — increasing communication and understanding among seniors and teens alike. We believe intergenerational relationships can be a catalyst for positive social change. We hope to create a butterfly effect, instilling the same passion into our teen volunteers and senior "students". 

Utilizing technology to bring generations together.

Our team of high school students from the ages of 13 to 18 consists of 190 volunteers across the world!

120

Teens Teach Tech Members

We have established chapters across the US, such as California, Hawaii, Texas, Illinois, Georgia, and Pennsylvania!

20 

Chapters

Established

We have taught 2,500 senior citizens across the nation about various topics within the basics of technology!

2,500

Senior Citizens Taught

We have members and chapters located across the world including India, Dubai, Egypt, Taiwan, and China! 

7

Countries with Members

Teens Teach Tech presenters have hosted a total of 500 lessons for the senior citizen population through facilities!

500

Lessons

Hosted

We were founded in May, 2020 by Asmita Mittal, currently a senior at Syosset High School! Click here to learn more!

2020

Beginning of Teens Teach Technology

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

Oyster Bay Enrichment Center, New York

I appreciated having a program I could broadcast onto a large screen for in-person participants to follow along with. Communication with your organization was great, and I always received a response when I had a question. Our director was already asking for you to return on a regular basis.

Emily Otis, Participant from Pennsylvania

I loved having access to the teens' expertise! They know what they are teaching. This is a valuable service.

Floral Park Library, New York

This program is absolutely wonderful. The participants were very complimentary of the presenters and the information they shared. The T3 team was very well prepared, information was clear, ZOOM links were provided in advance, and follow up was timely - never had to ask for it! A most impressive initiative by a very impressive team! Thank you!

Latest News

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News Feature

Long Island Press

Check out an interview by our Founder and President, Asmita Mittal, and our Vice President and Executive Director of Public Relations, Nicole Lau! Thank you to the Long Island Press!

Teens Teach Technology

4 August 2021

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Podcast Interview

Teen Talk

Listen to an interview about STEM and our organization by four members from our Executive Board, Asmita Mittal, Nicole Lau, Anika Shah, and Tho Nguyen!

Teens Teach Technology

11 April 2021

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News Feature

The Philadelphia Citizen

Our Pennsylvania Chapter President, Diya Hundiwala and some chapter members, Katherine He, Chakrika Aluri, and Ellie Perin were featured in The Philadelphia Citizen!

Teens Teach Technology

17 March 2021