Have you submitted your 2017 project to the Congressional App Challenge yet?
The Congressional App Challenge recognizes student achievements in mobile app building.
Any project built between November 2016 and the November 1, 2017 deadline is eligible. ALL TECHNOVATION 2017 PROJECTS ARE ELIGIBLE. Limit of 4 people per team.
Submit your Technovation 2017 project today! Click here for more info.
NCWIT AiC Award for High School Girls
The NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing (AiC) honors women in grades 9 through 12 who are active and interested in computing and technology, and encourages them to pursue their passions. Award for AiC recipients are chosen for their demonstrated interest and achievements in computing, proven leadership ability, academic performance, and plans for post‑secondary education. All high school girls in Technovation DEFINITELY have Aspirations in Computing! APPLY TODAY!Click here for more info.
Highlights of the 2017 Season
CLICK HERE to see highlights & articles & pictures from the 2017 season!
Wondering what the hullabaloo is all about?
Click HERE to check out pix from previous Technovation seasons!
What is Technovation?
Technovation is an international program that teaches
mobile app development, entrepreneurship, and community engagement.
High school and middle school female students work in teams of up to 5
to develop mobile apps to solve a problem in their local community.
2015 Finalists AMEKA meeting Governor Baker
Teams work with a classroom teacher or coach at their school and a female mentor/role model as project manager from the technology or related industry. Specialist mentors of either gender may also contribute via presentations on their applicable expertise.
Mentors work with a team of girls and guide them through each week of Technovation’s curriculum. Girls see their mentors as role models and look to them for guidance on how to overcome obstacles and solve problems thru the completion of their projects.
Regional winners compete at the World Pitch event in California where teams compete for funding to launch their company and take their app to market! The MassTLC Ed Foundation partners with CSTA Greater Boston, Microsoft New England, and other partners to host a live regional pitch night in May as preparation for the World Pitch!
Technovation is a program of Iridescent (a 501c3 non-profit) in which high school and middle school girls are exposed to STEM (science, technology,engineering and math) through designing and programming a mobile app. This program started in 2010.
Want to see Technovation in action? Check out the movie CODEGIRL online!
The film follows select teams throughout the 2015 season, including AMEKA and WoCo, the two MA-based World Pitch teams!