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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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Kathleen Utecht of Core Innovation Capital and Brigid Barron of Stanford University Named TechGirlz Trustees Utecht and Barron to bring valuable skills and expertise in entrepreneurship, technology and mentoring to the organization. May 19, 2015 (Philadelphia) – TechGirlz, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering girls to be future technology leaders, is proud to announce that Kathleen Utecht, partner of Core Innovation Capital, and Brigid Barron, developmental psychologist and professor at Stanford University, have been appointed to the Board of Trustees. … read more

Foreword by Ken Rimple: Becca Refford is an intern here at Chariot Solutions where she is learning to program in Java and JavaScript. She also serves as the producer of the Chariot podcast series where she edits our podcasts and books guests. She began her tech life as a student in the TechGirlz program, and is committed to continual learning and self-improvement. After 5 years of working in and around tech, I’m finally learning how to program. It’s a big … read more

Hundreds of student entrepreneurs and technologists in training will get a boost from the latest round of StartUp PHL “Call for Ideas” grants announced Thursday by Mayor Nutter and Alan Greenberg, deputy mayor for economic development. Coded by Kids, a free after-school program that introduces and promotes careers in Web development for inner-city kids, will be fertilized for growth with a $19,870 grant to train additional adult instructors. TechGirlz, a program that holds workshops and an entrepreneurial summer camp for … read more