Josh is a prolific volunteer for the community of Newmarket, through Scouting and other local events. He is a strong beacon and leader to others inspiring them to achieve their best. He has over 1650 hours volunteering in the community.
He has been recently donating his time to run Robotics Classes for children with Autism.
Joshua has been successfully mentoring students now for over 5 years and others look up to him. He has a special understanding with students, just like him, who have a learning difference. His unique teaching approach and style allows children to learn easily and have fun.
With interest in Engineering and will be attending University this year.
Josh is known for his hard work and strong focus and ideas and is only 18 years old.
Robotics, Programming, Touch Typing and Coding are just some of the wonderful things Joshua teaches to individuals and small groups. Classes are held in and around Newmarket and the surrounding area including Toronto.
He is currently working at St Andrews College instructing students with Lego Robotics.
Josh founded Sci-tek.ca in 2014 but this was not his first taste of being an entrepreneur. He is a co-founder of Touch Typing 4 Life/Qwertynomics, and Touch Typing program designed for children and adults. Joshua has held many roles from Teacher, Speaker, Software development designer and Network Manager.
He was the reason we started the program together, not only has he been instrumental in the building of this program he has also been through the program. This has enabled him to then teach others, especially mentoring students with learning differences in group and individual basis.
He has just launched his own company www.Sci-tek.ca and now offers Lego Robotic classes for children and Summer Camps in combination with Qwertynomics. Children learn how to create, build and program Lego robots from scratch. They really do have a good time.
Co-Founder - Zoe Clements
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