GTOPs

Our Mission

UTeach Outreach & partners will provide low income UTeach students with laptops and internet in order to continue their technology education after they leave the UT PREP summer camp. Student participants undergo an additional 60 hours of technology training. Parents must also undergo 24 hours of computer literacy training. 

                                                       

This program is funded and supported in part by the City of Austin through the Grant for Technology Opportunities Program.

 

Meet the Team

 

Mary Miller

UTeach Outreach Director

Addie Kohlmetz

UT PREP Camp Director

 

 

Yocelyn Rivera

Student Participant Coordinator

University Leadership Intern

Luis Hernandez

Family Relations Coordinator

University Leadership Intern

 

Daja Martinez

Computer Science Intern and

 Logistics Coordinator

Connor Burkman

Computer Science Intern & Content Lead

University Leadership Intern

 

 

Philip Asaiu

Computer Science Content Intern

University Leadership Intern

 

Carlos Valdez

Computer Science Content Intern 

University Leadership Intern

Noel Ybarra

Computer Science Content Intern

University Leadership Intern

Jesse Sahabo

Computer Science Content Intern

University Leadership Intern

Richard Najera

Computer Science Content Intern

University Leadership Intern

Mark Borjas

Computer Science Content Intern

University Leadership Intern

Humberto Marquez

Web and Graphics Designer

University Leadership Intern

Isabel Alvarado

Grant Administration

University Leadership Intern

 

Events + Announcements

GTOP Presentations @ Austin City Hall 

February 17, 2017

The UTeach Outreach team had the honor to present for the Grant for Technology Opportunies Program in order to receive a funding to provide low income students with laptops and internet.