This is our great mission
Since 2016 we have been helping orphans, semi-orphans and young people who suffer from the russian aggression in Ukraine or have found themselves in difficult life circumstances. They have the potential, but have no opportunity to successfully fulfill themselves in society, due to the lack of funds and moral support.
We realized that the best help is through EDUCATION!
Hebron IT Academy is a place that provides underprivileged youth with:
- Mental Support
Due to the limited facilities, in 2022 we implemented additional programs of online IT education for students.
Our Graduates have become not only qualified specialists in the field of IT, but also CONSCIOUS and ACTIVE citizens of modern society.
We want to do more! Today, our help is needed by a large number of talented boys and girls all over Ukraine and we can do it WITH YOUR SUPPORT!
“Hebron Academy is an exemplary organization dedicated to helping young adults in Ukraine, without parents due to circumstances beyond their control, to learn and grow in maturity. The academy provides a safe place to live and study, while providing its students the support and technical training they need to obtain employment after graduation. Many graduates pay it forward with not only gratitude, but by continuing financial support to those that follow.”
Adviser of Hebron IT Academy
Retired Senior Program Manager
Northrup Grumman, Inc.
Changing lives in Ukraine
Yulii was born in Zhytomyr. His mother died during childbirth, and his father died of tuberculosis in 2007. Immediately after his birth, he and his twin brother were sent to a baby orphanage. When they were six years old, they were transferred to a specialized school in Berdychiv. In the 9th grade, the boys were taken to another city by their cousin, who became their guardian. The boys got acquainted with Christians who told them about God and took them to church.
Companies that have hired our graduates
Media about Hebron IT Academy
«Students learn Programming, UI/UX, QA and Project Management directions. On average, the students spend 40 hours a week focusing on their studies. The program also includes English classes with native speakers, Ukrainian language and history, and project work».
"The transformation is inspiring. As these kids become equipped, connected, they in turn provide that same hope for those that come after them, becoming mentors and support for students like themselves".
"Hebron opened its doors six years ago to help Ukrainian orphans restart their lives. Even amidst the ongoing war, the Academy continues to pursue its goal of giving Ukrainian youth a future and aiding in the country’s economic recovery",
"Аn educational institution in which orphans and young people who find themselves in difficult life circumstances learn programming. After graduating, they can become front-end, back-end, full-stack developers, game developers or testers".