From the July 2005 issue of Entrepreneur

With fun tech workshops on building robots, experimenting with animation and exploring the digital arts, kids might just grow up to change the world. Children's Technology Workshop, a Toronto-based franchise, is opening the doors to an exciting digital realm that is far more appealing than Microsoft Word and PowerPoint. Franchisees organize summer camps, after-school sessions and early literacy and engineering programs, helping 4- to 14-year-olds gain skills applicable not only to today's high-tech world but to life itself.