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We have exciting program updates!

This season we are proud to introduce a new Beginner Division, which will be open to girls ages 8-12, and to introduce a new technology option—teams will now have the choice of developing an AI-powered prototype or a mobile app prototype as their submission project.

Join the movement.

We're girls, mentors, and educators working together to learn and apply technology skills to change the world.

Please note: Registration for students and mentors is  closed for the 2021 season.

Sign up to be notified when registration opens for next season.


Technovation Girls students create solutions to community problems using technology.

As a student you will:

  • Identify a problem that matters to your community
  • Learn to code an app that solves the problem, and develop other skills along the way!
  • Collaborate with peers and learn from industry mentors

Technovation Girls mentors guide the next generation of global problem-solvers.

As a mentor you will:

  • Support one or more teams on their learning journey
  • Develop skills while aspiring girls to lead and make change
  • Network and share best practices with peers from Salesforce, Google, Cisco, Adobe, HSBC, GM, AT&T, & more

Not a student or mentor? Find the role that fits you best!

Find your role with Technovation Girls

As part of Technovation Girls, your team will...

  • Identify a problem in your community (learn more about the problems teams chose to solve in 2020)
  • Learn to code and create an app to solve that problem with support from your mentor – you don't need to know how to code to participate!
  • If you are between the ages of 10 and 18 by August 1, 2021, you can submit your idea to our global competition

Registration is now closed for the 2020-2021 season. Check back in October, or follow us on twitter, facebook, or instagram for information about when registration for the 2021-2022 season opens.

You can also sign up to be notified when registration opens for next season.


Any girl or young woman (ages 10-18) interested in Technovation Girls is eligible to participate.
We welcome all transgender people and also those who identify as non-binary or gender nonconforming and want to be part of a female-identified environment, including student participants. Read our full Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement.

As a Technovation Girls Mentor, you will

  • Work with teams for 6 months, spending roughly 40 hours helping them develop their ideas
  • Recruit and supervise teams of girls as they create apps to solve community problems
  • Coordinate meeting times with your teams

You do not need to be a technology professional, but you should be comfortable saying "I don't know, let's find out together." Learn more.

If you aren't able to make this time commitment, consider becoming a judge.

Registration is now closed for the 2020-2021 season. Check back in October, or follow us on twitter, facebook, or instagram for information about when registration for the 2021-2022 season opens.

You can also sign up to be notified when registration opens for next season.

As a Technovation Girls parent, you will...

Support your daughter and her teammates! You can provide additional encouragement and help – for instance, you can provide a safe space for your daughter and her team to work, connect teams with experts from your professional network, and be an open ear to help them talk through challenges they're encountering. 

You can also create a mentor account and become an official mentor for your daughter's team if they need an additional mentor.

You can also sign up to receive our parent newsletter: 

As a Technovation Girls Judge, you will...

  • Commit 3 hours to reviewing submissions, helping to select 10 finalist teams who will pitch their ideas at our global event
  • Complete a 30 minute training and learn what problems girls around the world care deeply about
  • Provide feedback to help girls continue learning

Registration to be a judge will open in March of 2021

As a Chapter Ambassador you will...

  • Support 7+ teams at multiple sites in your community
  • Spend 5+ hours a week to grow and support your Technovation Chapter (this may grow to 15 hours a week during peak season periods like submission)
  • Recruit participants and mentors
  • Organize events and regular meetings to work through the curriculum.

Technovation provides training, program curriculum, mentor recruitment support, marketing collateral and mini-grant opportunities. While experience leading youth STEM programs is beneficial, this is also a great opportunity if you or the organization you represent would like to start offering STEM opportunities to girls. Driven individuals may also volunteer as Chapter Ambassadors with great success!

Fill out the interest form today!

As a Club Ambassador, you will...

  • Support at least 5 teams as they complete the program 
  • Spend 5+ hours a week to grow and support your club
  • Recruit students to participate   

Technovation provides program curriculum, support, marketing materials, and a virtual space for Club Ambassadors to connect with one another. Technovation Clubs are a great way to pilot Technovation Girls in your community

Fill out the interest form today!

Ready to change the world? Use these tools!

Learn who can participate in Technovation Girls

Find answers to the most common questions

Our suggested plan for submitting on time

Review the rubric judges will use to score your submission

Key Dates for 2022 Season


Registration Opens: December 8, 2021
You can access the Junior and Senior Division curriculum before December 8

Official Season Launch: January 10, 2022
We recommend starting in January at the latest so you will have a full 12 weeks to work on your project. Submissions open today.

Registration Deadline (Students and Mentors): March 25, 2022 at 23:59 UTC.
The last day to formally register a team.
Please note: we recommend starting your project in January, not March.  

Submission Deadline: April 26, 2022 at 23:59 UTC (4:59pm PDT—convert to your timezone with a tool like this one)

World Summit: August 2022



Registration Opens
Official Season
World Summit

Connect with your community

Our program is run in chapters and clubs around the world! Both Chapters and Clubs provide a way for students from a school or a local organization to meet and work together towards completing their project. However, there are a few differences: Chapters are bigger than clubs — chapters support 10+ teams across multiple sites (like schools, or community centers), while clubs support between 2 to 9 teams. Chapters are overseen by Chapter Ambassadors, while Clubs are supported by Club Ambassadors.

You can find your local Chapter or Club below, with information about your local leader. If you have questions, get in touch!