Youth in Technology Incubator (YTI) is a FREE alternative activities program that uses technology, arts, and media to promote healthy lifestyles, positive skill development, storytelling, confidence building, and advocacy.
Our mission is to educate youth and young adults on issues of substance use and mental health through storytelling, so they can make the right choices for themselves while helping educate peers on these issues!
YTI offers a wide range of open workshops from photography, videography, graphic design, storyboarding, creative writing, podcasting, painting, digital illustration, animation, website development, social media marketing, and more!
We have both virtual and in-person workshops to offer participants more accessible options.
YTI also offers specialized workshops catered to a specific group anywhere in Santa Clara County.
We offer specific lessons for your class, after school club, school or community site.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in customized workshops.
Our students produce a variety of projects such as infographics, paintings, and PSAs!
Check out our projects page to see previous work.
You can also check out our socials for what's happening at YTI:
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Vaccine Hotline: (408) 975-2061
"In the Graphic Ad workshop, I was able to learn the basics of lighting, angles, and how to use Photoshop and Lightroom. I also learned more about the effects of drugs and its effects on people, especially teens. I am glad to have had the opportunity to join and learn the workings and different approaches to a graphic ad." (Youth participant, Nikki)
"I’ve attended two programs so far and they are the Halloween party and the Graphic Ad workshop. Both were very friendly and fun. The Halloween party was inviting and friendly. Everyone there was very kind and supportive of each other. The Graphic Ad workshop was interesting and the people were nice and flexible with our time." (Youth participant, Vy)