The CENTER of TECHNICAL CREATIVITY, Inc

It's not for profit organization that was founded in 2017. The incentive for its creation was an increase in the civic consciousness of Ukrainians and the need to develop a sense of responsibility for the fate of the country by the younger members of society. The CENTER gives youth the practical opportunity to use the acquired knowledge for contributing to the development of modern innovative technologies, which increases their motivation for educational and cultural development.

The goal of the CENTER of TECHNICAL CREATIVITY, Inc – development of applied educational and cultural programs both for the children of Ukraine and of Ukrainian diaspora. We work on creating the conditions required for these programs to function and on carrying out theoretical and practical exercises for technically gifted students who are interested in mastering modern technologies in their extracurricular time.

In order to provide informational support for these programs we cooperate he mass media to find gifted children and develop their abilities.

The CENTER of TECHNICAL CREATIVITY has worked to fulfill its mission via two continuously on-going programs:

  • "Robotics and unmanned aircraft design" - theoretical and practical training in robotics and unmanned aircraft
  • "Course of the Technical English"

Over the coming years, the CENTER of TECHNICAL CREATIVITY also plans to supporte other programs, which align with our stated purpose.

Our programs have been made possible by the generous support of various donors in the Ukrainian-American community and National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine.

Team
Founders:

Oleksandr Shevchuk and Mykhaylo Kazarenko;

President:

Oleksandr Shevchuk - originally from Narkevychi village, Khmel'nyts'ka Oblast, Oleksandr now lives in Kyiv and works for the Faculty of Design and Engineering of the National University of Life and Environmental Sciences of Ukraine. In his spare time, he is very active in the devoting special attention to the CENTER of TECHNICAL CREATIVITY, which he cofounded in 2017.