Developing talent and providing resources to
support the technology industry in Kansas.

Quick Stats

Source: Code.org

90% of parents want their child to
study computer science.

27% of Kansan high schools taught computer science in the 2019-2020 school year.

67% of all new STEM jobs are in computing.

11% of STEM bachelor’s degrees are in Computer Science.

Kansas has 1.8x the state average demand rate for open computing jobs, with an average salary of $76,417 (2,934 open position in June 2021)

A computer science major can earn 40% more than the college average

Serving as a driving force behind advancement of the Kansan technology sector, Ignister offers resources for equitable education and employment, provided through a collaborative network of strategic partnerships.

Upcoming Events

We are excited to offer and promote tech focused events that provide benefit and value. From teacher and student training courses, to hiring events and startup seminars, you’ll find it all right here.

Latest Updates

Welcome!

By Austen Witte | July 12, 2021

Welcome to the new Ignister site We are excited to announce the release of the new Ignister website. As a work in progress, the purpose of the site is to […]

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