Community Involvement

At High Touch Technologies, we believe it’s important to give back to our communities. As an employee-owned company, our surrounding communities determine our success by providing hard-working employees and exciting business opportunities.

We foster a culture of social responsibility and service, investing in the community, and encouraging employee volunteerism and philanthropy. Through our community involvement, High Touch actively supports:

  • STEM education
  • Helping the disadvantaged population
  • Youth initiatives
  • Economic development through community advancement and entrepreneurship
Customer Relationship Management (CRM)

Education

By supporting education, we help enrich our communities at their cores. High Touch has continuously awarded scholarships to students at Wichita State University majoring in technology-related programs.

Beginning in 2017, High Touch began awarding a scholarship to a Butler Community College student participating in an Information Technology degree program maintaining a 3.25 GPA or higher.

Most recently, High Touch partnered with Friends University and other Wichita-area businesses on a state-of-the-art cybersecurity lab—one of the first of its kind in the U.S. With this lab, Friends University can offer bachelor’s and master’s programs in cybersecurity.

High Touch is a proud partner of STEMpact2020. Our employees actively volunteer and participate in youth development programs such as Girls Who Code and Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Sponsorship

To foster strong community-wide development, High Touch sponsors local area initiatives and nonprofit organizations whose missions align with our core values.

Membership

High Touch promotes civic engagement and economic development through memberships in well-established organizations, including:

Community Involvement

Wichita, High Touch Look to San Antonio for Growth and Development

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Peer learning doesn’t have to be reserved for a classroom setting. Each year, the Wichita Regional Chamber of Commerce gathers city council members and business leaders for its City-to-City Leadership…

Leib Serving as Rotary District Governor 2019-2020

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Jason Leib, High Touch Technology Services Manager in Kansas City, has been elected to serve as 2019-2020 District Governor for Rotary District 5710. About Rotary International Rotary International is an…

High Touch Sponsors 2019 Envision Level Up Program

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Each year, Envision hosts students who are blind and visually impaired from across the country for its Level Up Program and Career and College Expo. After applying for the program,…

High Touch Finds New Teammate in Midwest ESports

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High Touch has teamed up with Midwest eSports to sponsor this weekend’s Wichita eSports Convention. Scheduled from Friday February 1, 2019 to Sunday, February 3, 2019, the event includes video…

High Touch Joins Companies in Creating FlagshipKansas.Tech Technology Council

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When you think of technology hubs, what cities come to mind? Probably places like San Jose, San Francisco, and Seattle, right? Did Wichita make your list? We’re going to take…

Lucas a Leader at High Touch and in the Community

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Jeff Lucas, Senior Director of Technology Solutions at High Touch, extends his leadership skills beyond our IT Solutions team. Recently, you might have seen his name pop up in the…

Sponsoring the USS Wichita

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Did you get the opportunity to read about High Touch hosting U.S. Navy Rear Admiral Ronald Fritzemeier and Lieutenant Holly (Quick) Carey last spring? Driven by High Touch’s expertise in…

Welch Participates in USA Dictionary Project

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Ladd Welch, General Manager of High Touch’s Business Communications, recently participated in the USA Dictionary Project with the Rotary Club of Wichita Downtown at Cessna Elementary School. Through this annual…