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EdTech: Empowerment through education and access

We are bridging the digital divide in technology education.

Ensuring everyone has a fair shot at success.

We created the EdTech division because we believe that no one should forgo their education or miss employment opportunities because they don't have access to devices, the internet, or collaboration tools.

The digital divide hits low-income households, single mothers, People of Color, and marginalized communities especially hard.

We will never reach true equity, and we will never close the gender gap in the technology industry if we don't give people the access and tools, they need to be successful.

SafePC EdTech has partnered with some leading educational technology providers globally, such as Microsoft, InfoSec, Fortinet, Certiport, Google Education, Locelle, and Isograd, to actively bridge the digital divide by providing devices and education to the socially and economically disadvantaged. We provide Microsoft IT Certifications and Digital Literacy certifications such as IC3 and TOSA Digital. Our end game is to inspire more women and People of Color to join the technology industry.

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Access to technology is no longer a luxury but a social justice issue. The technology gap, not just in devices but in skills, between the haves and the have-nots widens disparities in education, work, and the ability to participate fully in society.

Empowerment in action

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Atlanta Fulton Family Connection (AFFC)

In partnership with the Atlanta Fulton Family Connection (AFFC) -, we're breaking down barriers to in-demand careers in technology by providing digital skills training in the areas of Adult Education, and address the concerns of 2Gen (Parent and Child) Initiatives, to learn more - It is our goal to build career pathways from digital literacy on to entry level skills in Cybersecurity.

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Success through meaningful mentorship

We partnered with Locelle, a mentoring platform dedicated to helping companies attract and retain women, to drive meaningful change as part of the Microsoft Accelerate Atlanta program. Our partnership connected over twenty Women of Color for 1:1 mentorship with Microsoft leaders to help them break into the technology industry.

"I was able to obtain an internship which turned into a career. My mentorship with Mr. Code has been wonderful and awe-inspiring. I learned so much in so little time and networked with many interesting individuals.”

Mickayla Rose, program mentee and now Senior Engineer

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Granting access to technology

With the help of sponsors, Our EdTech program provides devices, including laptops, tablets, and IT accessories, to schools, non-profits, and businesses in need of devices for training and education purposes.

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Support for STEM education

Through EdTech, we help develop science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) programs for non-profits, grades K-12, and higher education, enabling students to explore careers in Virtual Reality (VR), 3D Printing, AI, Robotics, and Coding.

Additionally, EdTech provides professional development, training, and support to educators, administrators, and parents.

Learn More about our Complimentary Programs, Educational Demos,
Workforce Development and Training in STEM