The WTA partners with secondary and vocational schools in the USA and developing world to implement low-cost self-sustaining pathways to technology employment and entrepreneurship. Learn how WildTech curriculum combines leadership and technology training with work-based learning to deliver the industry standard certifications, experience, and confidence for success.
Technology Work-Based Learning for Schools & Non-Profits The WildTech-FTP curriculum connects USA youth with African youth over the internet, who jointly create international fair trade businesses importing and selling African crafts and exporting USA technology to needy African schools. Learn how youth gain English, math, technology and international business skills while generating revenue to self-sustain and grow.
To fulfill the WTA’s mission, students need access to technology, but most schools in the developing world cannot afford it. Learn how the WTA now exports $39 laptop computers, $25 desktops and more.
To fulfill the WTA’s mission, students need access to technology, but many students and schools in the USA cannot afford it. Learn how the WTA provides FREE desktop computers with training, $29 laptops and more.