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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 one (or both!) of our Technovation programs as a Community Partner.

Community partners commit to dedicating 20-60 hours over a 5-6 month program season.

Lead Technovation Families

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Run a club

Help 20 families in your community learn, play, and create solutions to real problems using artificial intelligence. This is a great opportunity if you want to pilot the program or have an existing STEM program or group looking for a new project, especially one focused on AI for kids.

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Run a chapter

Chapters run at multiple sites, each of which works with 20 families. This is a great opportunity if your organization works with many locations and has experience leading youth and family programs and STEM programs (or wants to start offering them). Recommended for regional nonprofits or school districts.

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"My favorite moments were after the sessions when students ran up to tell me how much they love science and how they know how computers work and what AI is all about. I also loved watching the evolution of adults - teachers, parents, community volunteers - from the introduction meeting to the last challenge."

-Trisha C., Technovation Families Mentor, South Africa

Lead Technovation Girls

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Become 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.

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Be a regional ambassador

Ready to lead the program with a large region like a city or country? Does your organization serve multiple sites, cities, or schools. Recruit girls and mentors, organize regional meetings and events, and commit to spending 10-20 hours a week for 6 months.

You don’t need to work in technology to be a Regional Ambassador. We provide training and support.

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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.

Volunteer to mentor through your employer

Work with a colleague to guide girls as they use technology to solve problems like bullying, elder neglect, and climate change.

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Judge project submissions

Evaluate the projects girls and families in your community are building to solve big problems.

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Volunteer

Join us for a few hours over a few weeks, or for a single day as an event volunteer, workshop leader, or subject matter expert.

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