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  2301 S. Jackson St. Suit #103
Seattle, WA 98144
Tel : 206-838-6359 Fax : 206-838-8007 Email : edits@ethioedits.com
About Us
We're a fairly small agency, but we are increasingly making a great progress. We have been involved in different community activities for the last six years, especially in the Ethiopian and East African communties..
During Train the Trainers certificate award with Mayor Greg Nickels
We have done a number of technology and civic-engagement projects, funded by the city of Seattle.
During certificate ceremoney from the Seattle Mayor Greg Nickels
Established in 2003, EDITS works with youth to increase their connection with school, parents, and in other educational activities. EDITS encourages tutoring, mentoring, recreation programs, and leadership development programs.
With Senate Maria Cantwell in Washington D.C
We also participated and organized youth to learn their ancestral language, culture and history. We believe, if families and young people are functioning well and feeling positive, a greater change is possible.
During ECMA Grant Award
EDITS suggests that helping young people to achieve their full potential is the best way to prevent them from engaging in risky behaviors. When youth have the chance to exercise leadership, build skills, and get involved in community work, then they gain self-confidence, trust, and practical knowledge that helps them grow into healthy, happy, self-sufficient adults.
During ECMA Literacy grant Award
EDITS also supports positive youth development through partnerships with agencies that provide academic assistance, leadership training, bilingual education and culture team-building projects. The goal of these programs is to strengthen families and promote success for youth.
With City of Seattle Information Technology officials
We work and collaborates with the following organizations and agencies: Ethiopian Community Mutual Association, Ethiopian Educational, Cultural and Sport Center, the City of Seattle Technology and Human Services Department, Seattle Community Access Network (SCAN), Seattle Public School, Rainer Vista Technology Center, Yesler computer center, Puget Sound Access Community Technology (PSACT), City of Seattle Park and Recreation and other agencies.

EDITS is designed to empower innovation and fuel technical literacy amongst immigrant communities who otherwise never would have the opportunity.

Share the education with a broader participation among immigrant communties through Multimedia distribution.

Encourage family and community involvement practices to academic goals to achieve student performance and attendance in school.

Capture the education for long-term use by creating technology programs to utilize multimedia technology appropriately.

Provide access to low-income and disadvantage children's to technology using Mobile Studio where there is no computer access in their neighborhoods.

EDITS: "Turning Technology and community issues in to Solutions"

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