"In light of the recent U.S. immigration restrictions and other political tensions, we want to reiterate that Iridescent is dedicated to lifting
up young people, especially girls, in underserved and underrepresented communities in the US and around the world."
Read the full statement from Tara Chklovski, CEO and Founder of Iridescent
Girls for a change.
Every year, Technovation invites teams of girls from all over the world to learn and apply the skills needed to solve real-world problems through technology.
Be a part of the community.
Registration closes March 8, 2017
Learn. Build. Change.
Technovation offers girls around the world the opportunity to learn the necessary skills to become tech entrepreneurs and leaders.
Girls ages 10 to 18 learn to identify a problem in their community and create a mobile app solution to address that problem, and then learn how to communicate these ideas and translate them into a fully launched business.
Code for Change
We're launching our 2017 season in partnership with Google’s Made with Code and UN Women!
Join us to code for change, and develop an app to change your world for the better, inspired by the United Nation's Global Goals.
The trailer for Lesley Chilcott's 2015 documentary CodeGirl, a film that follows a diverse handful of girls as they participate in Technovation
58% of alumnae enroll in a further Computer Science course
26% of alumnae in college major in CS (this is 65x higher than the national rate of 0.4% of first-year female college students majoring in CS)
It's a girl's world.
Since 2010, more than 10,000 girls from 78 countries have participated in Technovation. With the help of volunteer mentors, they've produced mobile "startups" that have helped address problems in local and global communities the world over. And while each year more and more girls take up the challenge, we know that there are always more problems to solve … and that there are girls from every part of the world ready to solve them.
Map of 2015-2016 Technovation Registrations
*Click the markers on the map to view the number of registrations in each country.