Engineering, Computer Organization, Humanities & Optimization (ECOHO) Technical College’s mission is to make the high-tech industry more diverse by preparing and equipping Blacks, Latinos, and other People of Color (BLOPOC) with the necessary skills and knowledge to compete and succeed in this field.
Learning Begins With Us
Engineering, Computer Organization, Humanities & Optimization (ECOHO), is a 501c3 Nonprofit Technical College and Learning Hub dedicated to closing the gap that exists in the High-Tech Industry! We offer beginning and advanced education in Engineering and Computer Engineering to young adults ages 16-25 years in low-income and impoverished neighborhoods and communities. In an effort to create opportunities for successful graduates of ECOHO, we network and collaborate with top industries in the field of CyberSecurity, Programming, Aerospace, Aircraft Engineers, Civil Engineering, and Field Engineering, just to name a few to create a “Fair Playing Field” for our graduates. In addition, we’ve partnered with Social Enterprise Foundation, Corporation, a social service organization to provide emergency services for our students and their families to prevent major crises. The services and programs serve as a “Safety-Net” for poor and disadvantaged students and their families in rural towns and communities in Arizona and Colorado.
ECOHO assists high school and young adults realize their full potential with a variety of academic courses that are affordable, in-demand Certificate and Associate degree programs. Moreover, to assure that our students meet all of the demanding challenges that might face while studying at ECOHO, we work hand-in-hand with Social Enterprise Foundation, Corp to provide social services to meet those needs outside of the classroom.
LET’S MAKE A DIFFERENCE TOGETHER!
Your generous one-time or monthly gift will help us prepare our students with the necessary skills, and competitive edge for opportunities closed to many People of Color!
Why is ECOHO Needed?
If you look at the percent of Black workers in the tech industry, their share has not grown.
If anything, it is shrinking.
Gad Levanon - founder of the Labor Market Institute at the Conference Board
Engineering, Computer Organization, Humanities & Optimization (ECOHO) Technical College mission is to make the high-tech industry more diverse by preparing and equipping Blacks, Latinos, and other People of Color (BLOPOC) with the necessary skills and knowledge to compete and succeed in this field.
IT Certificate Prep
Our IT Certificate course trains students to support networks, software applications, computers, and other processes used in the storage, security and transmission of information. Students learn how to be anything from IT specialists to Database Admins.
ECOHO's Cybersecurity Associate Certificate trains on security basics. This course will introduce students to the foundational knowledge required to pass the DEVASC exam by focusing on skill -based technical training - no exam topic cramming.
Computer /Software Engineering
Learn everything from Electronics, Circus Analysis, Signal Processing, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, Robotics, and Computer Architecture. The are even courses in modern programming languages such as Python and Java.