Inspiring girls to explore the possibilities of technology

What Is TechGirlz

TechGirlz is a nonprofit organization dedicated to reducing the gender gap in technology occupations, by focusing on girls at the crucial middle school age. We offer free workshops to get girls interested in different kinds of technology, show them varied career options, and connect them with professionals in technology fields.

Why We Exist

There's more to tech careers than just coding. We're here to show middle school girls just that. Through our free hands-on TechShopz, we show them that technology can match their interests and be fun and rewarding.

Our Impact

5000+ girls attended our free TechShopz
81% of girls changed their mind about a tech career after a TechShop
Hundreds of volunteers are running TechShopz globally

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Joe Taylor Jr. of the Build Podcast talks with Tracey Welson-Rossman, Founder and CEO of TechGirlz, about the reason she formed TechGirlz, and how it is helping to bridge the gap between the number of men and women with careers in technology. Listen to hear how you can be a part of our mission, help impact a young girl's life and future career choice, and much, much more!   Listen to the podcast here  

65 middle school students, their families, and volunteers learn about female pioneers at NASA. [caption id="attachment_5973" align="alignleft" width="300"] Media personality, technology writer, and former engineer Stephanie Humphrey poses with a TechGirlz student before a screening of Hidden Figures[/caption] On Wednesday, January 4, a delegation from TechGirlz, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering middle school girls to be future technology leaders, attended a preview Hidden Figures at Philadelphia’s United Artists Riverview Plaza Stadium 17. TechGirlz Students, their families, and volunteers heard the true story of three African American women who were instrumental to NASA’s launch of John Glenn into orbit. “When…

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