About Us

Inova Computer Association

The Inova Computer Association (ICA) is a student-led, registered nonprofit organization that aims to promote computer science interest in high school students through a variety of engaging and intriguing events. We believe that computer science is not only for scientists, and aim to inspire an interest in technology in all students, regardless of their future aspirations. Furthermore, in a rapidly advancing technological society, being acquainted with computer science is beneficial to any future endeavours. Our events are hosted periodically throughout the entire school year at various locations in the Lower Mainland.

What We Are


Inova is entirely run by high school student volunteers who dedicate their time and energy to spread the knowledge of and help others learn about computer programming, graphic arts design, and sound synthesis.


Inova hosts a variety of hands-on and friendly competitions that not only teaches students about computer science, but also challenges them to work together and think outside the box. Workshops are taught by professionals with practical experience in their respective fields.


Inova is the first organization of its kind in the Lower Mainland dedicated to helping high school students learn more about information technology and providing exciting, unique events.

Our Vision

Give every high school student an engaging opportunity to experience an aspect of Computer Science

Support Us

By donating to Inova, you help us host more events and reach out to more students who otherwise would not have the opportunity to learn about technology and computer science. We are a non-profit organization, and every cent that you donate goes directly into renting venues, reaching out to more schools, and hiring professionals to teach, as well as ensuring that we can continue to operate.

If your company or organization is interested in our mission and would like to sponsor us, please email us at operations@inovaca.org.

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Inova Computer Association acknowledges the unceded territories of the Coast Salish Nations of Squamish, Musqueam, Tsleil-Waututh, Katzie, and Kwikwetlem Nations on where we gather.