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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 TechShopz, and aim to eliminate the gender gap by sparking a passion for tech early in girls' lives.
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Techgirlz accomplishments from Techgirlz Ending our fourth year gave us time to reflect what we have done over these last years. Four hundred girls have been inspired to embrace technology in their future and their careers. We are expanding the number of TechShopz available by putting them in lesson plan format and offering them for free. We hope to inspire another 1000 girls this school year.
TechGirlz Receives Grant from SAP for 2014 Grant to Assist with Providing Young Girls Education and Experience to Take on Leadership Positions in Tech Industry August 20, 2014 (Philadelphia) – TechGirlz, a non-profit organization dedicated to empowering girls to be future technology leaders, is a proud recipient of a grant from The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Student Assistance Program (SAP). SAP’s Corporate Giving Program provides funding for organizations to continue their efforts in addressing the needs of education for underserved youth and … read more
TechGirlz is Changing the Equation. Research shows that girls are as interested in technology as boys up until they enter high school. But by the time they head off to college, many girls with a tech bent have decided to pursue other fields of study. And by the time they enter the working world, even more have abandoned technology to seek other types of careers. TechGirlz is a 501(c)3 nonprofit dedicated to reducing — and, we hope, ultimately eliminating — … read more