Capitol Technology University collaborates with several community organizations and educational programs at the pre-college level, including:
Maryland MESA - Maryland MESA (Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement) prepares K-12 students for academic and professional careers in mathematics, engineering, science, and technology.
First Generation College Bound - Since its start in 1990, First Generation College Bound has held after-school homework clubs at Capitol Technology University to help teens become the first in their family to go to college.
FIRST Robotics Competition - Capitol Technology University annually hosts the Chesapeake Regional remote kickoff for the international robotics contest. FIRST (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) strives to inspire high school students to be our next generation of scientists, engineers, researchers and technicians.
Project Lead The Way - Project Lead The Way Inc. is a national program forming partnerships among public schools, higher education institutions and the private sector to increase the quantity and quality of engineers and engineering technologists graduating from colleges and universities.
Friendship Academy of Engineering and Technology - FAET is designed to prepare students for careers in engineering, networking, software development and architectural design and seeks to unify rigorous academic standards, and relevant life and career skills with a student centered project-based focus.
Friendship Academy of Math, Science, and Technology - FAST is designed to help students become masterful at acquiring knowledge and putting it to use. FAST teaches the most current technologies through a standards driven, project-based curriculum that will instill a sense of confidence in students and lead them to the path of entrepreneurship.
Center for Space Science Education and Public Outreach - Capitol Technology University's Center for Space Science and Public Outreach (SSEPO) provides hands-on education and workforce development experiences for students of all ages.