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Germaine ASHU Dec 8
TECHNOVATION is the world’s largest Technology and Entrepreneurship program for girls of ages 10 to 18 where they create mobile apps solutions to address community problems. We in are part of the movement. You can join us & be part too
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Technovation Dec 12
Our curriculum has not even officially begun, and we already have girls from over 80 countries registered, including two new ones—Portugal and Thailand! We are so happy to have you!
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clotee lang Dec 11
How to land a job in STEM even if you did not study it. Your experiences are transferrable.
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Technovation Dec 6
Last question, Q6: If you could give advice to a girl just starting to code, what would it be?
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Technovation Dec 7
Have plans for Saturday? If you are curious about , learn more about our program and how you can get involved with ! Register for free here: Thank you for the support!
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Germaine ASHU Dec 6
Team BrightTech of 2016 season sharing their experiences with girls of lycée EtougEbe “The TECHNOVATION Challenge is worth it for every girl”
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Technovation Dec 8
Reminder: We're having a launch workshop in the Bay Area TOMORROW from 9am PST to 12pm PST, and all are welcome—returning students and mentors and newcomers, alike! Register for free here: Thank you so much for supportig !
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Dhana Lakshmi Dec 8
Technovation 2018 season started, official launch at Adobe office.
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Germaine ASHU Dec 8
Are you already registered for Technovation 2018 season? Yes? Not yet? Still having some unanswered questions? Get to us with your questions and we’ll find you best-fit answers !@TechnovationCam
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DevInnoKH Dec 8
Technovation is back! Are you ready to take on the challenge and join the world's largest program? Innovate to help your community here in , sign up now at
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Salesforce.org Dec 7
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Maria Jose Monferrer Dec 7
we promote and participate as mentors. Important to empower and build a better future! Congrats to and technovation regional ambassador
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Technovation Dec 6
A6: We echo the words of Katherine Johnson, one of the most important names in : "stay together and work together." Don't be afraid to ask for help. Always support fellow . We're in this together to make —and our world—a more equitable place.
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Technovation Dec 6
Two questions left in our ! Here is Q5: How could you use coding to solve a problem in your community? Think: voting rights, workplace discrimination, school resources...
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Technovation Dec 6
Time for Q4!: Do you have a mentor or are you a mentor? What benefits have you found with mentoring?
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Technovation Dec 6
Now it's time for Q3! We are halfway through our chat. Q3: Why do you think it's important for women and girls to learn how to code?
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Technovation Dec 6
A2: It's important to learn how to code because computing makes up 2/3 of projected new jobs in , yet only 8% of STEM graduates are in . Courtesy of
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Queen Lídá Dec 6
Replying to @technovation
I'm Hadil from Tunisia . And i have never coded before .
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Technovation Dec 6
Here is Q2: Why do you think it's important to learn how to code? @ihubNiagra
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Technovation Dec 6
The is about to begin! As people are joining, let's start Q1 with some introductions. Where are you from, and have you coded before? Answer by replying and tagging for us to say hi back!
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