Our foundation provides several opportunities to equip and empower young adults throughout South Carolina. Learn more about our programs below.
F12 Scholarship Program
The Future Technology Workforce Leaders & Visionaries (FTWLV or F12) program is a four-month program designed for rising high school seniors with scholarships awarded to candidates who complete the program. The F12 program is focused on high school seniors of Berkeley, Cross, and Timberland High Schools in Berkeley County, South Carolina. To learn more about the program, click on the Learn More button below.
Virtual Mentorship Program
Our Future IT Professionals virtual mentorship program is designed to mentor high school seniors, college students and other young adults with aspirations in the IT field. All mentoring sessions are free and conducted via Zoom or telephone. Mentors are seasoned IT professionals and must complete background checks in order to serve as mentors. We also have a counselor on staff to counsel mentees. To initiate an introductory mentorship session, click on the button below.
Facilitated internships with local businesses and organizations will be coordinated by the foundation in the future.
Career & Symposium Panels
Our career symposiums and workshops include breakout sessions covering topics in information technology, business administration, project management, business analysis, and process improvement are hosted by the foundation and/or partners. Most events are held with guest panel speakers.
SC Emerging IT Leaders Meetup
Our SCEITL discussion group for young adults primarily between the ages of 21-35 provides support for those looking to move into or are already working in IT leadership/management positions. Activities consist of learning/networking sessions with seasoned IT professionals from different organizations in South Carolina discussing their IT leadership and management experiences. Volunteers from the discussion group are also developed to sharpen individual skills while equipping them to give back to the foundation's cause in the community.