NPCE believes that everyone plays an important role in providing solutions and works together with our clients to provide custom computing solutions. Extending this philosophy to community involvement, NPCE believes that everyone plays an important role in building a healthy community and is dedicated to helping communities get more from technology.


Founded in 2003, Techathalon was designed to help young people ages 6-18 gain technical fluency by providing a fun venue for them to showcase and build their technology skills. Through the sharing of information and ideas, participants maximize the learning experience while making friends and being recognized for their accomplishments.

As the founder of the event, NPCE takes the lead role in assuring the continued growth and prosperity of Techathalon, building community partnerships in support of the event; providing event resources, technical support and staffing; developing event curriculum; and much more.

Our NPCE team believes Techathalon is an extraordinary program that provides, and will continue to provide, innovative technology opportunities for young people. To learn more about this great event, visit

Youth Re:Action Corps

Youth Re:Action Corps believes in the power of young people to change the world, providing programs to youth around the world to education them about global issues, empowering them to create change and investing financially in their visions of a better world.

NPCE founder and president, Abraham “Ebby” Sabbagh serves on the Youth Re:Action Corps Board of Directors, a group of community leaders and business professional who work diligently to ensure that the organization is run effectively. In addition, NPCE is a proud supporter of the organization, providing technology services to help support its programs and efforts to education and empower young people.

For more information about this outstanding organization, please visit

BGCA Technology Committee

In 1999, Boys & Girls Clubs of America (BGCA) invited technology experts from across the United States to serve on the National Technology Advisory Committee. The committee provides direction, guidance and leadership to the development of Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s technology program initiatives. This guidance and direction enables BGCA to develop training and program resources to support local Boys & Girls Clubs in establishing technology centers and effectively utilizing these centers to support educational objectives and prepare youth with the technical skills to succeed in the job market.

NPCE founder and president, Abraham “Ebby” Sabbagh has served on this committee since its inception, lending his technology expertise to the support of Boys & Girls Clubs across the nation. To learn more about BGCA’s technology initiatives, please visit


In 2005, the NPCE team took mobile technology to a new level, purchasing and outfitting the Techmobile – a state-of-the art mobile technology center, stocked full of technology tools designed to spark the imaginations of children of all ages! The Techmobile is designed to provide engaging, hands-on technology experiences is a safe and positive environment. The Techmobile program features a wide variety of exciting activities including internet radio broadcasts, green screen movie production and stop-motion animation.

In addition to offering program opportunities, the Techmobile also provides the opportunity for one-on-one mentoring with technology experts. Trained Techmobile staff work directly with location staff to share best technology education practices and introduce new education programs.

In the past 6 months, the Techmobile visited Boys & Girls Clubs and schools in Washington and Arizona serving more than 600 youth and staff during its travels.

To learn more, click here.

Youth of the Year

The Boys & Girls Clubs’ Arizona State Youth of the Year Program is designed to promote and recognize service to Club and community, academic performance and contributions to family and spiritual life. Clubs select a Youth of the Year who compete in their organizations to represent them at the state level. State winners receive scholarships to local colleges, a plaque and enter the regional competition. Regional winners receive a $5,000 scholarship and enter a national competition held in Washington, DC. The National Youth of the Year receives an additional $10,000 scholarship and is installed by the President of the United States.

NPCE has a strong tradition of supporting excellence in Boys & Girls Clubs programs and is a proud supporter of the Youth of the Year program at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Scottsdale. As a sponsor, NPCE provides a brand new computer system to the winner of the event as well as MP3 players for each of the finalists.

The NPCE team is delighted to honor amazing young people from our Arizona communities for their commitment and contributions to their families, Clubs and communities as well as their dedication in pursuit of academic and career goals.

Boys & Girls Clubs of America is celebrating 60 years of Youth of the Year.  Check out all the past winners here.