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TechGirlz empowers middle school girls to become tomorrow's technology leaders. We put tech directly in their hands through our free, project based workshops, and aim to eliminate the gender gap by sparking a passion for tech early in girls' lives.
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The four Visser sisters – Kayla, Logan, Jordan, and Hayley – are TechGirlz veterans. After getting bit by the entrepreneurial bug through our workshops and summer camps, they’ve started two businesses: KanineKookies, for homemade and healthy dog biscuits, and SwapShop, a kid-friendly website for swapping Artist Trading Cards, or ATCs. This summer, in an effort to show the healing power of art, SwapShop is holding a special ATC Summer Challenge. Artists are encouraged to submit ATCs, which will in turn … read more
A group of girls from Overbrook Educational Center, a small Philadelphia public school located on 67th and Landsdowne Avenue, just completed a unique one-week coding camp led by a dynamic duo of Baldwin School students and sisters, Jasmine and Sara Syed. Jessica White, a rising seventh-grader at OEC said, “I think it’s cool because there are not a lot of girls in technology and it will be good to see more women in the field. You can solve a problem … read more
Some middle school girls are already becoming little business women and learning just what it takes to get a startup off the ground. They jumped right into the Dolphin Pool – a friendlier version of the ABC hit show, “Shark Tank.” But don’t let the smiles and giggles fool you. For the last week these 11 to 14-year-olds have been learning how to start their own tech businesses. Their projects range from sports to gaming to saving animals. On Friday, … read more