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Technovation Alumnae Career Workshop:Build your network, build your future! Learn how to make connections that count
Build your network, build your future!
Have you ever wondered how people find jobs and opportunities through their professional networks?
Technovation is here to help! Sign up today for our Alumnae event on professional networking, Tuesday, March 22nd, from 5 to 6 PM West African Time, and learn all about how to build your own professional network, one step at a time!
You’ll have a chance to hear from women tech professionals in Nigeria on how they built their careers, and learn strategies from them on how to achieve your own goals.
Who can register?
- Alumnae 18 years of age or older
- *Alumnae from any country may register; please note that the event will provide guidance best suited for Alumnae in Nigeria
Technovation Alumnae Career Workshop: Build your network, build your future! Learn how to make connections that count
This workshop will be focused around how to build one’s professional network when first starting out. We’ll cover how to:
- Determine your networking goal
- Research and identify networking leads
- Craft an effective networking message/conversation
- Leverage and maintain your network
Who can register?
Technovation Alumnae ages 18+ from any country may register; please note though that the workshop will provide guidance best suited for Alumnae in India.
Technovation Alumnae Career Workshop: How to navigate interviews and secure meaningful internships and jobs
Sign up today for our first Alumnae Career Development workshop on how to interview effectively! Karissa Justice, Founder of Work Can Be Better, and Deb Boyer, experienced tech industry interviewer and current Technovation Senior Product Manager, will cover:
- How to share your unique skills and experiences in an interview, with relevant examples
- How can you use an interview to discover if a job will give you the experiences you want from your next role
Who can register?
Alumnae 18 years of age or older
Alumnae from any country may register; please note though that the workshop will provide guidance best suited for interviewing in the United States and Canada.
Technovation Talks: AI, Youth, and Health Equity
Join us for a conversation on AI, Health Equity and the role youth–especially young women–can play in driving progress and innovation around the world.
You’ll hear from:
- Heather Knight, General Manager/President at Baxter International inc.
- Deena Shakir, Partner at Lux Capital
- Fatou Kourouma, Technovation Alumna & mobile app creator
- Lindsey Baab, Technovation Alumna & Software Engineer at Color
AI’s Future Success Depends on Women: A conversation with Deepmind and the UK Government Office for Artificial Intelligence
Technovation Girls alumnae Michelle Muchilwa (who developed an app to fight plastic pollution in Lake Victoria) will moderate a conversation between Lila Ibrahim, the Chief Operating Officer of DeepMind, and Sana Khareghani, Head of the UK Government Office for Artificial Intelligence.
IJCAI 2021: Technology, Girls, & Sustainable Development
On August 23rd, Technovation hosted a virtual workshop for girls, women, and industry professionals who want to use technology for social good! Together, we learned about powerful technology tools like artificial intelligence and space data (which includes big data sets collected by satellites).
Girls + Space + AI: Technovation and UNOOSA
A panel conversation about how we can empower girls to use Space and AI tools for sustainable development
Global Parent Group
Let’s explore ways to support children as STEM learners through small changes in our language and conversations. Parents, grandparents, aunts or uncles, or mentors are welcome!
SXSWEDU 2020 – Panel Conversation
In the past 20 years, a breathtaking number of technological innovations have changed the way we live and work. To build a world where we thrive in partnership with automation and technology, we need to identify, preserve, and cultivate the skills that make us uniquely human: agency, collaboration, and creative problem-solving.
Technovation Families AI Launch Event, Santa Clara
We kicked the Technovation Families season off with a launch event in Santa Clara. Hosted by NVIDIA and in partnership with UNIVISION, children and their parents played, learned about, and explored Artificial Intelligence.
Technovation World Pitch 2019
Meet Technovation Girls’ finalists and hear how their apps remove invasive plants on farms, tackle opioid addiction, save dying languages, and more.
The Cooper Union New York City
Learn about the human and social implications of artificial intelligence and machine learning through the concerns and questions of NYC teens.