California Technology Foundation (CTF) is incorporated as a 501(c)3 non-profit educational organization. CTF was founded in 2003 by a group of educated, young community activists. The foundation was created to better communities within California by providing hope and opportunities to youth and their families. You can learn more about CTF by visiting "Who We Are."
The foremost objective of the California Technology Foundation is to help create an educational environment for the youth and the community to thrive. With education, mentoring and tutoring CTF improves the lives of all youth and communities, especially those who are most vulnerable. You can learn more about the programs CTF provides by visiting "What We Do."
CTF relies on its partners and volunteers. The network CTF has built has taken years but even to this day CTF continues to look forward to new members who wish to join our network of volunteers and supporters. Our network consists of schools (private & public), community organizations, other non-profits, and corporations. We work together for one common goal and that is to educate the youth and better the community. You can learn more about this by visiting "Network."
Currently CTF has volunteer positions available for qualified and dedicated individuals. Please visit our "Volunteer" section to find out more.
Youth enrichment and advancement has been the prevailing objective of cal tech since its inception. Many have shown a striking interest in developing a career in entertainment, specifically television. In providing a platform for these youth to expand their horizons and flourish in variety of media, outlets the foundation is launching Utv. The network is comprised of a young, energetic, and innovative team. In June of 2015, UTV will hold its launch event at Beyond the Stars Palace, featuring live performances by prominent artists. For more information, please visit www.utv.com