Welcome to the Information Technology Foundation

The ITF is a nonprofit organization established cooperatively by the Montgomery County business community and Montgomery County Public Schools to provide a unique method of training high school students for skilled positions in the IT field: a student-run computer sales business. Students are introduced to potential employers with available positions in technical service, customer service, sales and management.

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Check our our video promoting the IT program. 

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News & Announcements

May 4, 2024 Refurbished Computer Sale- Desktops and Laptops

Limited quantities of desktops and laptops available.

The ITF Donated a Refurbished Computer Lab to the Potomac Chinese School

The Potomac Chinese School Receives Refurbished Computer Lab from the ITF.

2023 Computer Lab Gifting Recipient- The Potomac Chinese School

This year’s computer lab recipient is the Potomac Chinese School, an organization focused on providing Chinese language and cultural education to families throughout Montgomery County. The Potomac Chinese School plans to add to its current curriculum by introducing a new computer hardware and software programming course.

February 11, 2023 at Damascus HS- Refurbished Computer Sale

Our next refurbished computer and car sale of the year will take place on February 11, 2023 from 9 a.m. - 11 a.m. at Damascus High School. 

MCPS Schools Recognized for Hour of Code

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MCPS MESA Students Rank in State Competition

2020 Marriott International AOIT Scholarship Winners

We would like to congratulate the 2020 Marriott International AOIT Scholarship winners.

2019-2020 Outstanding Students

The ITF and its teachers would like to recognize the following outstanding students from the 2019-2020 school year. Below, our ITF teachers shared about their exemplary students.

Congratulations to Springbrook AOIT Students

Congratulations to the Springbrook High School Academy of Information Technology Students (AOIT) participants who placed in the "United We Learn" contest hosted by MCPS. Please see the full press release here for more information.