Our Mission Statement
Our purpose is to introduce computer education, provide instruction in computer coding and explain techniques to use for career exploration for middle school and high school students.
Our program will encourage personal growth and self- confidence as each student completes modules and competencies are learned. Students will be guided through methods to use for researching computer occupations and making employer connections.
Our program will provide opportunities that allow students to experience success in learning while developing positive ideas and beliefs about computer careers. Successful student achievement will also constructively transform their values about community.
- Become self-sustaining.
- Develop local financial campaign.
- Support organizations that work toward our mission.
- Collaborate with local grant makers.
- Find a for profit business to support us.
- Develop a donor base.
- Locate new and private public foundations.
About Lawrence Lindsey
And BTBYEC's History
- Mr. Lawrence Lindsey, Director
- Retired Educator
- Retired Military
- Native of Dayton Ohio
- Graduate Central State University and University of Dayton
- Over 20 years in helping profession
- Started organization in Dayton 2015
- Mentored students after school in 2016 at Dunbar Early College HS
- Hired grant writer in 2017
- Tentatively scheduled to lease office space for the center in 2018
- All funds are currently out of pocket and we always accept donations.
- We serve youth in and around Dayton Ohio, including students of Dayton Public Schools and students in Montgomery County and surrounding counties.
December 2017 – Recruit students
March 2018 – Interview students
June 2018 – Hire students
September 2018 – Conduct fundraisers
December 2018 – Begin plans to open facility
March 2019 – Open facility
We Accept Donations!
Please send other donations to: P.O. Box 33, Englewood, OH 45322.
We are also affiliated with the Combined Federal Campaign. Our funding code is 80038.