iUrban Teen

STEM+Arts = The Future of Technology

Our Mission – To expose and inspire male youth of color to become tomorrow’s technology leaders.

iUrban Teen is a nationally recognized program focused on bringing STEM+Arts education to male youth of color ages 13 to 18. Through interactive summits, STEM industry tours and on-going specialized training’s, iUrban youth receive hands-on exposure to a variety of STEM+Arts careers to step outside their current boundaries..


  • Increase awareness and knowledge of STEM+Arts careers and training.
  • Provide mentoring and internship opportunities for our iUrban Teen youth in STEM+Arts industries.
  • Create a collaborative learning model for youth to continue to use in various surroundings.
  • Create a personal development plan in an interactive environment.

Our target demographics are African American, Latino and Native American males, however, the program is inclusive of all youth who fall within the Non-Traditional STEM learners category.  We have almost equal parity of girls that attend the summits.



Upcoming Events

November 28, 2015
  • Special Effects Workshop - PDX
    November 28, 2015
    10:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Location: Must Register to attend.

    Must Register to Attend: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/iurban-teen-special-effects-day-tickets-19535844236

January 22, 2016
  • Intel Day for iUrban Teens - PDX
    January 22, 2016
    9:00 am - 2:00 pm

    Location: Intel - Jones Farm 3, 2111 NE 25th Ave, Hillsboro, OR 97124, United States

    Must Register to Attend: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/iurban-teen-2016-intel-day-tickets-19532026818


iUrban Teen at Workday

Just this past weekend, more than 50 youths participated in a day of workshops on Workday’s campus (see photo above) to learn about careers in the STEM and Arts fields. The event was hosted by The Talented TENTH, Workday’s employee group focused on inspiring African American communities about careers in software and technology, in partnership with iUrban Teen, an organization whose goal is to bring STEM and Arts education to minority teenagers.

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Microsoft and iUrban Teen spark interest in STEM jobs for kids of all backgrounds

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Microsoft and iUrban Teen spark interest in STEM jobs for kids of all backgrounds


Alexia Franklin, 16, wants to fight cybercrime. Samuel Goode, 13, wants to use technology to reduce child poverty. Ceon Duncan-Graves wants to make life easier with 3D-printed things. What kind of things?

“Maybe teleportation,” said Ceon, a 13-year-old eighth-grader from Illahee Middle School in Federal Way, south of Seattle. “That would be cool.”

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Mt. Hood Community College teams up with iUrbanTeen on iCode Class


Mt.HoodCommunityCollegeLogoGetting teens interested in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) – related classes can be difficult, especially so for teens who lack access to vital pieces of technology, such as to computers or the internet. Since 2011, iUrban Teen, a national non-profit organization, has enrolled low-income minority teens in an effort to engage them in STEM programs through a hands-on approach.

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iUrban Teen Featured in INC Magazine

INC Mag5 Organizations Building the Diverse Tech Pipeline OUTSIDE of Silicon Valley

These five organizations are digging deeper to discover exciting tech talent outside the Valley.

Metropolitan areas like New YorkChicago and Atlanta offer companies a diverse pool of talent, However, it can be a challenge for companies to sort through the “showcases”, the large number of events that have popped up around diversifying tech, to reach the organizations that actually develop diverse tech talent. Here are five organizations building and nurturing the tech pipeline outside of Silicon Valley. At digitalundivided, a platform excelling at creating urban tech entrepreneurs with scalable, investable businesses, we’ve had the pleasure of working with each of these organizations and witnessed first hand their impact on building the pipeline.
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