Out of the 1.1 million students in the NYC public school students only 1% recieve computing and info systems education. With tech jobs on the rise, the need for a diverse tech work force is only increasing. That's why Jessica Santana and Evin Robinson got the idea to start New York On Tech. The non-profit teaches computer science to kids across the city. From their 2016 graduating class, 100% of the students were accepted into 4-year colleges. The co-founders sit down with Cheddar to discuss their programs and how NYC youth are benefitting.