Lead Technovation’s STEM programs in your community
As technology changes our world, who is changing technology?
Put today’s tech in the hands of girls, children, and their families and ask them what problems they want to solve. Get everyone involved in the conversation with the tools that are shaping our shared future.
Run our Technovation programs as a Community Partner.
Community partners commit to dedicating 20-60 hours over a 5-6 month program season.
Be a Chapter Ambassador
Ready to lead the program with a lot of girls in your community? Does your organization work with many girls, or in several locations? Consider becoming a Chapter Ambassador!
Chapter Ambassadors spend 5 or more hours per week on Ambassador duties during the 5-6 month program, and support 7+ teams (a team can have between 1-5 girls). Time is spent recruiting program participants, industry mentors, organizing launch and/or celebration events, and organizing regular meetings to work through the curriculum.
Technovation provides training, program curriculum, mentor recruitment support, marketing collateral, and mini-grant opportunities. You do not need to work in a technology field to be a Chapter Ambassador.
Chapter Ambassador applications are currently closed, but you can fill out our interest form for next year.
Be a mentor
This is a great opportunity if you want to get started with Technovation Girls. Work with 1-2 teams based at one site and commit 50 hours over 6 months.
You don't need experience in tech—we support you with training and materials.
There are other ways to support Technovation
If you aren’t ready to lead our programs in your community, or don’t have 20+ hours to volunteer, we still want to work with you! There are plenty of ways you can support and encourage local students and families as they learn, play, and build.
"Technovation not only changed my girls' lives, but it has changed mine as well, finally helping me to realize how I can get into a fulfilling career."
-Chip M., Technovation Girls Mentor, Moldova
"The great thing is that we support these girls to develop themselves by learning competence and abilities for success. After all, life is a constant learning path. It is a pleasure to be part of Technovation and sharing my bit to make a better world."
-Aintzane, Technovation Girls Mentor, Spain
"I'm most proud about inspiring kids. I'm an engineer, I have a stressful job and I have three children, so I don't have much free time, but despite this I have been running the program because you give back a lot. And this is a way to give back, we are all a chain and life goes on."
-Laura M., Technovation Mentor, Spain