Create multi-generational impact
A strong support system is critical to nurturing and encouraging anyone to take risks and pursue lifelong learning. Our programs connect and build a trusted community where youth and adults learn and use cutting-edge technologies to solve real-world problems, together.
Girls, children, and parents have learned and applied coding and artificial intelligence skills to improve their communities.
Mobile apps and AI prototypes have been created by girls and families tackling everything from healthcare to climate change.
Professionals in education, engineering, AI, tech, and more have nurtured a love of learning as program mentors.
"It's really important for families to learn together. The great thing about [Technovation] is it introduces young children all over the world to technology, computing, AI and machine learning, and also their families."
Jeff Dean, SVP and Senior Fellow, Google AI
Encourage the entire family to be changemakers
Learning together, parents and children build their creative problem-solving and technology skills while increasing their confidence as community changemakers.
90% of parents surveyed saw improvements in their child's ability to generate new ideas, seek new information and solve problems through our Technovation Families program.
Learn how children’s and adults’ views and use of AI shifted after participating in Technovation Families from our presentation at the International Joint Conferences on Artificial Intelligence.Read the report
It is important that parents take time to encourage creativity in their children, learning with them is very enriching and more if they are current issues such as Artificial Intelligence, which is already revolutionizing our reality and the future of our children.
-Sandra Vega-Hildalgo, Mother, Bolivia
Empower girls to be leaders and problem-solvers
Every year, teams of girls around the world identify and solve real problems through technology. Their experience has a powerful effect on their lives long after the program ends.
Computer science and leadership
Girls who complete our program express a greater interest in technology and leadership with 58% of our alumni enrolling in more computer science courses after Technovation.
"It's good to see girls, who start from a very young age, come up with such global level ideas."
-Ram Kumar Sundaram, Technovation Girls Mentor, Adobe
Encourage mentors to learn and grow with their mentees
Through our volunteer mentor opportunities organizations give their employees the chance to develop and grow their skills while making a difference in the lives of others and the community.
of industry professionals surveyed said their experience increased their creativity in the workplace.
of program mentors said the experience improved their relationship with their company.
of program mentors said they gained leadership skills and confidence building a team.
Encourage learning at any age
Recruit employees to mentor
Offer fulfilling mentorship opportunities to your employees while helping them build critical workplace skills like leadership, collaboration, and creative problem-solving.Explore mentor opportunities
Make learning accessible to all
Become a corporate partner
Give more people around the world the opportunity to learn and create today with the technologies that will impact how they live and work tomorrow.Support youth and adult learners
"Our employees work with [Technovation] students and families to help them understand AI and explore its possibilities through hands-on learning. We feel this work both increases morale among our own employees and inspires future technology leaders."
Tonie Hansen, Sr. Director, Corporate Social Responsibility, NVIDIA
Review our research
We partner with respected research organizations to assess and improve our programs’ individual and community impact.
See how we encourage lifelong learning including what we’ve found works, and what doesn’t.
MIT Analysis of Technovation Girls
MIT’s analysis of Technovation Girls’ revealed changes in computational thinking and programmatic complexity; sponsored by Salesforce.org.Read MIT's Analysis
WestEd Mentoring and Motivation Report
WestEd found mentors and family members provide critical motivation to girls throughout our program.Review WestEd's results.
Oregon State University Design Challenge Analysis
Oregon State University found a significant increase in children’s coping and resilience skills after completing our hands-on design challenges.Examine OSU's findings.
Gathering and evaluating program data is critical to understanding our effectiveness. As we strive to understand how our programs fail and succeed we remain committed to continually improving our operations through a data-driven approach.Explore our full list of reports.
"We learned from the kids how to communicate in a way that people can understand that we can now apply to our regular jobs."
-Kay B., mentoring engineer, Boeing
“It was honestly the best corporate engagement event I’ve ever been a part of and to see the students so excited made both corps members and teachers speechless.”
- City Year member, Philadelpia
"I thought I would be very impressed by the projects, but it turns out I'm very inspired by them as well."
-Banu Nagasundaram, AI Marketing Manager, Intel
“I can’t believe how much I saw [my son] blossom when he started playing around with motors and circuits. It made me see his unique ability to make objects work! It was really motivating for him, too. Most kids labeled [special needs] don’t get a chance to shine like this.”
- Armariee P., Mother, US
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