US: Program Implementation Partners

Run Technovation Girls

United States Educators

Bring free tech education to girls in your community

Empower girls in your community by engaging them in Technovation’s free technology entrepreneurship program. Teams of girls ages 8-18 design app-based tech solutions to a community or global problem and pitch their ideas in a worldwide competition.

Technovation leans on local implementation partners to facilitate Technovation Girls in their communities, and we're especially eager to bring on new partners in the United States.

Want to bring Technovation Girls to your community? Fill out our quick interest form and we'll be in touch!

Who are Program Implementation Partners?

A wide variety different organizations and groups can be Technovation Program Implementation Partners, including:

  • Schools
  • After School and OST leaders
  • Community-based organizations
  • Local chapters of national youth empowerment organizations (ex: Girls Inc, YMCA, YWCA, Boys and Girls Clubs)
  • Districts and Charter Networks
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Your Role as an Implementation Partner

Determine when & where the program will happen

Identify adults to facilitate learning and mentor teams

Recruit & oversee student teams as they design and submit their projects

Serve as the main point of contact with Technovation to share successes and challenges

Technovation Girls is designed to be flexible so it can meet the needs of local students and communities. Each implementation partner does things a little differently, and Technovation supports each leader to adapt the program to fit each context.

Why Partner with Technovation?

By becoming a program implementation partner, you'll have the opportunity to make a real impact in the lives of girls in your community.

Technovation provides incentives and resources exclusively for Implementation Partners, elevating their role as champions for girls in technology and leadership across the globe.


Training & Resources
Access to monthly trainings and resources unlocking key insights for successful program implementation


Hands-On Support
Receive personalized support and guidance via a dedicated point of contact from Technovation HQ


Access to our Global Network
Networking and collaboration opportunities with our global community of educational leaders, mentors, and industry professionals


Comprehensive Curriculum
Free interactive online curriculum to equip students with technology, entrepreneurship, and leadership skills through project based learning


Exclusive Data
Gain access to crucial program data: student, mentor, and team information available via your online account for comprehensive insights and resources

Program Timeline

Prepare

Receive training and sign an agreement. Join our platform and global communities

Onboarding
Aug-Nov

Plan and Partner

Create a plan to run the program. Build partnerships to involve girls and mentors in the program

Planning & Engagement

Learn

Support girls and mentors to learn using our free online project-based curriculum

Learning Journey
Oct-Apr

Build

Teams design and submit projects to a global competition on our online platform

Submissions
due in April

Compete

Judges evaluate projects and provide scores and feedback

Competition
May - June

Celebrate

Host local pitch events. Finalists pitch at our World Summit

Celebration

What Current Program Implementation Partners Think

Sheila James, Chapter Ambassador for Technovation in Ohio

"Using the Technovation Girls curriculum, I created a peer learning community. We worked on an engineering mindset and having them look at equitable practices, and a session on youth voice and how to encourage more opportunities for youth voice."

— Sheila James, Ohio Afterschool Network
Ohio

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"Our goal is to help children gain access to new models and pathways in technology and entrepreneurship to pursue their own passions, dreams, and careers in new and accessible ways. For over 9 years we have opened doors for children who are often left out of these conversations due to gender, race, or economic status."

— Jean Weiss, CodeSavvy
Minnesota

Angelica Tyler, Chapter Ambassador for Technovation in South Carolina

“Technovation Girls has given so many of our underrepresented and underserved youth the opportunity to be a part of a free program that engages them in fun and exciting coding, technology, entrepreneurship, and STEM. Girls who have no prior computer science experience have thrived. Technovation Girls is the perfect program for any afterschool or out-of-school-time program!”

— Angelica Tyler
South Carolina

Ready to bring Technovation Girls to your community?

Fill out our interest form to get started.