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Technovation Alumnae Career Workshop: How to navigate interviews and secure meaningful internships and jobs

Topic: Interviewing effectively to get what you want, in your next role
Date: Jan 26, 2022
Time: 6:00 to 7:15 PM ET

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.



UNESCO Mobile Learning Week Paris

Topic: Will AI Promote Equity and Gender Equality?
Date: Mar 06, 2019

A panel event at UNESCO Mobile Learning Week, discussing using AI in education, gendered AI, implications of AI on issues of gender and equity and more.

SXSWEDU 2019 Austin, TX

Topic: Demystifying AI: Machine Learning in the Classroom
Date: Mar 04, 2019

Classrooms today are no strangers to coding, or even robotics―but few teach artificial intelligence. Technovation teamed up with NVIDIA to produce a curriculum demystifying AI for youth, teaching them real-world ways AI can be used for good.

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Hogan Lovells

Topic: Artificial Intelligence, Education, and Ethics Washington, DC

Panelists identified steps organizations and industry leaders can take to address the gap between rapidly advancing technology and underserved communities, including how AI-powered algorithms can be developed and deployed,  unintended effects AI could have on people, and creative strategies to educate and empower people.

MacArthur K-8 University Academy

Topic: Will Artificial Intelligence Replace Teachers Detroit, MI

Participants discussed what makes computers and humans unique and whether artificial intelligence could replace teachers. Detroit families shared their questions and concerns during this lively debate.

NVIDIA Corporation

Topic: Artificial Intelligence and Education – Santa Clara, CA

Panelists from industry, academia, research, and education discussed AI-powered algorithms, and unintended effects of advances in AI on underrepresented groups. 


Topic: Artificial Intelligence, Education, and Big Data – Indianapolis, IN

Panelists discussed the widening gap between technology sectors and underserved communities, including best practices  for determining what types of data to collect, and immediate small steps parents and educators can take to begin learning more about AI technologies.