At EnTech computer club, we support people in reaching their goals with technology. 

Our main focus is on delivering quality technology education and support to those in retirement homes. We use our curriculum documents to foster independence and flexibility with technology. We work with seniors in reaching their technology goals to contact their families and friends, find videos on YouTube, and generally browse the Web. 

We also work to redesign products to focus on accessible user interfaces by directly developing new hardware and software. 

Who are we?

Our team consists of University of Waterloo students studying in every faculty, allowing for cross-disciplinary collaboration and innovation.

The Curriculum

Our curriculum is designed such that anyone with a computer can pass on the skills to help seniors effectively navigate technology. This includes laptops, iPads and desktop computers.

We would love to hear how you have used our curriculum - please get in touch with us if you've used any of our content!

Getting Involved

Thrice yearly we open up applications to join our club. Applications are currently closed.

Current and Past Executives


Colin R.J. Whaley, Co-founder, executive

Colin co-founded enTECH along with Peter M. Hoang in Fall 2015 He is currently a Master’s Student at the University of Waterloo School of Pharmacy, researching how to improve communication between pharmacists, physicians and patients.


Peter M. Hoang, co-founder

Peter is a third year medical student at McMaster University. As the co-founder of enTECH, Peter has continued pursuing his interests in caring for older adults.