Recruitment Toolkit

Recruitment Toolkit

Use these tools and resources to recruit Technovation mentors and students.

Get the word out about Technovation.

The resources available on this page will help you recruit mentors and team members to grow a Technovation movement in your region.

Print Materials

These flyers and postcards can be left at workplaces, schools, shops, libraries, or handed out at events.

Digital Materials

Presentation and Graphics

Presentation

Mentorship Infographic

Video

Coming soon!

 

Email Template

Modify this email phrasing to recruit mentors within your company or region.

Subject Line Become a Mentor with Technovation!
Hello [company name] Employees,

I am writing with an exciting opportunity to volunteer as a mentor with Technovation, an international mobile app competition for girls. Through Technovation, girls ages 10-18 imagine, design, and develop a mobile app and business plan to address a problem in their community. They are looking for mentors to support them through this process!

Mentoring Quick Facts:
  • No tech or entrepreneurial experience is required.
  • Both men and women can be mentors.
  • Mentoring can take place in-person or virtually.
  • This infographic provides an overview of the mentor experience.
Time Commitment
2–4 hours/week from January–April

Training
Technovation's mentor training prepares mentors to support their teams through the entire curriculum, and also offers ongoing professional development support with advice shared by thought leaders and industry experts.

Ready to Register? Sign up today at my.technovationchallenge.org

Best,
[your name]

Social Media

Start building the #Technovation movement and inspire others to #LeadtheChange in your region!

About Technovation

Technovation is a global technology entrepreneurship program for young women. Through a 12-week, 50-hour curriculum, teams of girls, ages 10 to 18, work together with professional mentors to imagine, design, and develop a mobile app and business plan to address a need within their community, then pitch their “startup” business to judges.

Important Contacts

Mentor Community Manager

Monica Gragg