National Sponsors

TECH CORPS is funded primarily through corporate sponsors. Listed below are those companies and organizations that have joined us as Sponsors. Our thanks to these leaders for their contributions!

If you or your company, foundation, or organization is interested in information about becoming a TECH CORPS sponsor, please contact us.

Cisco Systems
Cisco Sytems, Inc. is proud to build on its tradition of supporting education by becoming a national sponsor of TECH CORPS. As the worldwide leader in networking for the Internet, Cisco’s networking solutions connect people, computing devices and computer networks, allowing people to access or transfer information without regard to differences in time, place or type of computer system. Cisco shares TECH CORPS‘ commitment to training and the effective use of the Internet and looks forward to working together to bring these resources to schools across the country.

Compaq Computer Corporation, which acquired Digital Equipment Corporation in June 1998, continues Digital’s commitment as one of TECH CORPS’ national corporate sponsors. This commitment complements the company’s interests in using technology to enhance the quality of K-12 education across the country. As the world’s largest computer manufacturer and largest global supplier of personal computers, Compaq develops and markets hardware, software, solutions and services including industry-leading enterprise computing solutions, fault-tolerant business-critical solutions, networking and communications products, commercial desktop and portable products and consumer PCs. Compaq continues to support TECH CORPS’ technological needs through equipment grants, including AlphaServers for the TECH CORPS web site. Visit Compaq’s resource page for teachers.


Intel supports TECH CORPS’ commitment to education. We share a common drive to support the education system through a focus on improving the effective use of technology in classrooms. In addition, Intel programs focus on meeting the needs of students and communities worldwide through improving science, math, engineering and technology education, and broadening access to technology and technical careers. Intel, the world’s largest chipmaker, is also a leading manufacturer of computer, networking and communications products.


TECH CORPS is grateful for the visionary leadership of CTIA as our first national sponsor.

Patrons and Project Partners

America Online Lycos
Americas Cardroom Microsoft
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Family Education Network National Cable Television Association
Gateway 2000, Inc. TJ Maxx

TECH CORPS Supporters

ADP Foundation
Covington and Burling MediaOne
CREST Technologies Newsweek
Government of Puerto Rico Oak Ridge National Laboratory
InDefense Virus Protection System
John Glenn Institute for Public Service and Public Policy University of Tennessee
LightCone Weber Harris Witt

Publications & National Advertising

The following publications have donated advertising space at the national level.

Business Week Fortune
CIO Information Week
Communications of the ACM InfoWorld
Computer Reseller News Macworld
Computerworld Newsweek

Supporting Organizations at the State Level

American Power Conversion
Columbus Foundation
Johnson and Wales University
Microsoft Corporation
New Jersey Chamber of Commerce
NIC (Network Infrastructure Corporation)
Prudential Corporation