Computer Mentors Group Launches CMG Tech Teen, an E-Learning Program
Designed Especially For Teens
Tech Teen is a teen-friendly, internet-based, technology training program. Tech Teen helps
students to develop computer skills, build confidence and launch careers. All Tech Teen lessons
apply fun, real-world examples to tech topics. Perfect for individual students, schools, nonprofits,
computer labs, after-school programs, and organizations training teens in life skills.
Tampa, Florida (PRWEB) July 15, 2009 -- View a demo of CMG Tech Teen.
The Tech Teen curriculum is available to registered users through an Internet-based Learning Management
System, which tracks each user's progress. Students can access Tech Teen from any location with web access.
They measure their understanding of the material through short "brain games" at the end of each topic and with
more advanced tests at the end of each course module. A final game-like test is included at the end of the course.
Tech Teen is designed to help teens pass the standardized Internet and Computing Core Certification (IC3) test,
the standard for computer literacy. IC3 certificate holders obtain college credit and the educational & training
needed to succeed not only in technical careers, but also in any field or job position requiring the use of
The Tech Teen licensing program allows school districts, nonprofits, and individuals nationwide to administer
the program across an entire school or campus. Discount pricing is available for bulk license purchases by
organizations planning ongoing programs and single licenses can be purchased for self-starters looking to advance
their computer skills.
"Computer Mentors Group strives to bridge the digital divide by providing real-world technology skills. Tech
Teen helps young people build skills, confidence and an understanding of how technology can empower our
lives," said Ralph Smith, Executive Director for Computer Mentors Group. "We are excited to offer Tech Teen to
educational organizations an