COVID-19 Information

Update: April 3, 2020

TechGirlz will be postponing all in person TechShopz. We will continue to reassess based national and public health recommendations.

TechGirlz Goes Virtual in Response to Covid-19

We are working to bring your TechGirlz activities they can do from home. In addition to the virtual workshops, we will be announcing even more virtual workshops and other virtual sessions soon! Watch your email for opportunities to register your TechGirlz for virtual workshops and already scheduled summer camps.

In the meantime, we want to hear from YOU on how your TechGirlz are staying busy during this unusual time. On social media, please share:

  • What your girls are working on, especially any tech or tech-related projects
  • Stories of how your community is using tech to stay connected or help each other

Tag our social media handles @TechGirlzorg (Twitter and Facebook) and @TechGirlz (Instagram) and the hashtag #techgirlzathome

Update: March 11, 2020

In light of the increasing concerns around COVID-19, and based on national and public health authority recommendations, TechGirlz will be postponing all in person TechShopz for the remainder of March and April (2020) at which time we will reassess national and public health recommendations. We will be removing all in person workshops for March and April from our website and registration forms accordingly.

We will continue to monitor the situation and make informed decisions regarding future TechShopz based on local and national public health authority recommendations. You can also follow the CDC for updates on virus prevention methods and announcements.

The TechGirlz team has been putting together a list of virtual/indoor activities for our TechGirlz families. We are gathering suggestions from our volunteer community and will continue to update the list regularly. 

We will continue to provide updates as the situation develops and new information becomes available. We look forward to seeing you at a future TechShop!

Amy Cliett
Director, TechGirlz

Frequently Asked Questions

To reduce the density of people in public spaces, which expert advice suggests may slow down the spread of COVID-19 and reduce the burden on the local community and health resources.

We are working with our instructors and host locations to reschedule dates and will update registrants as dates are confirmed.

The TechGirlz team has been putting together a list of virtual/indoor activities to provide to parents/guardians. We are gathering suggestions from our volunteer community and will continue to update the list regularly.