The Techshare Project

An international 501(c)(3) organization allowing underpriviledged kids to be integrated into their future world comprised of STEM by sparking their interests at a young age.

200+

Kids Impacted

9+

Partnerships

$1000+

Fundraised

150+

Volunteers

Our Events

GUANGXI, CHINA

Techshare's start in a rural mountainous forgotten village of China.

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  • SAN LUIS, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

    A partnership with the Batey Foundation.

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  • CRUZE DE CABRETO ESCUELA, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC

    A partnership with the Peace Corps of Dominican Republic.

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  • NEWARK, NEW JERSEY

    A partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Newark.

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  • LIANYING SCHOOL, SHANGHAI, CHINA

    A visit to a school of children of migrant workers.

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  • NEWARK, NEW JERSEY (2)

    Our continued partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Newark.

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    Meet Our Executive Team

    A motivated group of teenagers all passionate about sharing technology with the world!

    Lola Cantillon

    Lola Cantillon, a student at Newark Academy, ​​is a charismatic and driven student, and a researcher with a passion for creative writing, and social marketing. Lola is a social entrepreneur looking to improve the lives of others. She is incredibly motivated and driven to make a difference in her community.

    Juliet Bu

    Juliet Bu is a senior at Newark Academy and a graduate from The School for Ethics and Global Leadership. As a member of her school’s Equity and Inclusion Team and the president of the Anatomy and Entrepreneurship Clubs, Juliet believes wholeheartedly in the power of non-profit organizations to change communities and break down educational inequities, especially in STEM.

    Nitya Gupta

    Nitya Gupta is a rising senior at Newark Academy, serving as a director for Techshare this year. Nitya is a social and climate justice activist and a leader within her student and local community. She joined Techshare because she wanted to get involved with an organization that brought opportunities, girls, and minorities in STEM.

    Our Origins

    Molly Cantillon | Founder and Advisor

    Molly is a Stanford CS + Econ student with an insatiable desire to improve the world. Whether it be through code, advocacy or startups, creating impact is the highest aspiration of her endeavors.