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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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    September 12 @ 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM

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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