Cyberian Technologies promotes a culture of service to our Communities.

Our team proudly supports our local communities, fellow businesses and non-profit organizations. We encourage our employees to get involved and be a part of their communities. Cyberian focuses on children, hunger and homelessness, but certainly do not limit our efforts. With a culture focused on giving, we give employees additional PTO per year to entrench themselves in their communities to serve.

School on Wheels

Founded in 2001, School on Wheels provides one-on-one tutoring, small group instruction, and educational advocacy for school-aged children and families impacted by homelessness. Through these programs, School on Wheels equips the families they serve with the educational tools necessary to achieve success in life and break the cycle of homelessness.

Each school year, 450 volunteer tutors and School on Wheels staff members provide 6,500 tutoring and academic support sessions to help students of all ages build grade level skills and be promoted to the next grade level. Education pulls children experiencing homelessness out of poverty and helps them realize their potential to achieve happy and successful futures. This means more job opportunities, stable housing, better health, and more hopeful futures not only for their children but for generations to come.

Pints for Half Pints

Pints for Half-Pints is a fun, casual event that raises money for a good cause, with all proceeds funding STEAM programs (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) in Midtown Indianapolis Public Schools.

Second Helpings

For more than 20 years, Second Helpings has operated a three-part approach to addressing hunger and poverty in Central Indiana. Each day, Second Helpings volunteers and staff rescue prepared and perishable food from wholesalers, retailers and restaurants – preventing unnecessary waste. That rescued food is used to create more than 4,000 hot, nutritious meals each day that are distributed to more than 90 social service agencies that feed Hoosiers in need.

Using that same rescued food, Second Helpings Culinary Job Training program prepares adults with barriers to employment for careers in the food service industry. This helps eliminate hunger and poverty at its source. More than 850 adults have graduated from this program. Second Helpings alumni are working in Central Indiana as cooks, executive chefs, business owners and culinary instructors.

Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement of Central Indiana's mission is to empower young people to own their future success. JA educates and inspires young people in the areas of career exploration, employability/life skills, entrepreneurship, financial literacy and philanthropy through hands-on, experiential learning opportunities for children in Preschool through High School. JA's experiential learning inspires kids to dream big and reach their potential. Junior Achievement of Central Indiana helps young people connect with relevant learning and the importance of staying in school. JA sparks students to develop competitive skills and confidence.