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California Technology Foundation, a nonprofit organization, was founded in 2003 in Southern California by a group of educated, young community activists. The group of young community activists was brought together by a common belief that many youth in their community lacked meaningful academic and career guidance. Determined to make a difference, the group convened a series of community meetings, attended by more than 30 community leaders and concerned parents. With little financial commitments from community members and local businesses, the group of educated community activists founded California Technology Foundation as a nonprofit IRS 501(c) 3 corporation. Since opening its doors, CTF has established strong partnerships with the local business community, media, school districts, and other youth–serving organizations in the community.

2003 – CTF was founded

2004 – CTF started its after school tutoring program for students ranging from middle to high school.

2006 – CTF collaborated with other community organizations to help the youth

2007- CTF started to work on a new mentoring program called One-on-One. More information is available about this program and others by click on “What We Do,” then “Programs,” or by contacting CTF.

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