Donate to TQETI

Thank you for supporting Tech Queen Elite Training Institute (TQETI).

Charitable gifts made to our organization are officially recognized by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as having 501(c) (3) status and are considered to be tax-deductible contributions.

Your gift will help us train and certify students of all ages from pre-school to out-of-school who have a strong desire to pursue an in-demand technology career but lack the resources to do so.

Your gift also allows us to eliminate barriers so students can earn globally recognized credentials and become gainfully employed.

Scholarships are provided to different students on a quarterly basis throughout the year (March, June, September, and December).

You may choose to sponsor a STUDENT, CLASS, or DEVICE via e-gift card purchase, online donation or simply calling us at the number below with your credit/debit card information.


Carol A Williams (Ontario, California)

Clifton & Katharine Bluitt

Anthem Medicaid

Zappos for Good (Las Vegas, NV)

Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly (Las Vegas, NV)

Chapman Dodge, Chrysler, Jeep Ram (Tommie Sea)

ECF Data / Microsoft Partner

Student Sponsorships

TQETI Patron

$100 or less

Fast track 6-week training for one student


Summer, Spring or Winter 8-week camp for ONE student


Sponsor ONE MacBook Pro device for graphic design student


Sponsor a student for ONE Year for tech certification training


Cohort Sponsorships

Sponsor half cohort totaling 6 students for 16-week training


Sponsor a full cohort totaling 12 students for 16-week training


We accept all forms of credit cards: Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express. 

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Nonprofit Overview

Mission: The Mission of Tech Queen Elite Training Institute is to address and eliminate barriers of racial and ethnic minorities, and women pursuing technology career pathways. 

Results: Over 500 students have been trained in our various workshops, camps, and virtual classes.

Target demographics: Secondary, postsecondary and out-of-school students with barriers to technology pipeline career pathways. 

Direct beneficiaries per year:  Employer partners who provide  sustainable employment and graduates who pursue techpreneurship.

Geographic areas served: All regions within the United States of America.

Programs: Technology Pre-Vocational Training, Boot Camps, and Certification Training for students in kindergarten through college and out-of-school.