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Kavi-USA TechGirls 2019

October 22, 2019

When I was selected to be a US Ambassador for the TechGirls program, I was so excited about the opportunity to learn about new fields within technology and share my expertise and experiences with other girls. I was first introduced to the world of STEM in 6th grade through my…

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Sulekha – USA, TechGirls 2019

October 22, 2019

Throughout the TechGirls program, I did so many things I’d never done before. I’d never been so far away from home. I’d never met so many amazing people in one day. I’d never sat with a different person each day at dinner. But I wouldn’t want it any other way.…

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Yasmina of Lebanon

August 19, 2019

Yasmina has big plans after her TechGirls experience. She wants to create workshops that will help her peers gain a better understanding of the capabilities of the mentally disabled. She will hold inclusive workshops developing leadership and technological skills. She is a transformative leader. Watch her remarks at the TechGirls…

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TechGirls 2019 Capstone – Central Asian girls share their memories

August 19, 2019

On July 30, 2019, over 85 people came to to AT&T forum to celebrate the accomplishments of the TechGirls 2019 cohorts from USA, Central Asia and MENA regions. Over the course of a month-long stay in Washington DC and Virginia, future female STEM leaders built lifelong skills and memories. Watch…

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Nada – The 2019 Experience

August 19, 2019

I am Nada A. from Morocco and I would like to thank all who made this program possible on behalf of the 2019 TechGirls family. During the last 3 week long program, we benefited from more than 45 hours of hands on instruction in coding and cybersecurity in Virginia Polytechnic…

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Asmaa – A Transformative Leader

April 30, 2019

TechGirls 2017: “My name is Asmaa Hadir and I am from Beni Mellal, Morocco where I graduated from Jill Al Mostakbl high school with excellent distinction in 2018. I am a computer science sophomore at the American University of Beirut (AUB) after being selected among four Moroccan students to receive the The U.S.-Middle…

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Kaoutar starts MoroCode

March 13, 2019

TechGirls 2018: Kaoutar is 16 years old and lives in Fes Morocco.  Kaoutar’s dream job is working on artificial intelligence technologies that have benefits to people with disabilities.  She does  a great deal of community service including leading computer science classes for children in hospitals and children’s’ homes.  During her…

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Rund – sharing her passion

February 12, 2019

TechGirls 2017: Rund from Jordan has been offering computer science courses to young people since she returned home in the Fall of 2017.   She gained partners through a local business park and in January gave a 16 hour- coding course (Play and Code) for kids ages 8-16. She collaborated with…

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Hela – making a difference

February 12, 2019

TechGirls 2017:  Hela of Sfax Tunisia is a co founder at Fablab Tunisia, an open laboratory that works as a platform for engineers, designers, developers , students and general public. In order to transform creative ideas into tangible prototypes, FabLab offers facilities so that users can utilize the practices and technologies…

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Safaa – helping others achieve their dreams

February 12, 2019

TechGirls 2013: Safaa is from  Tétouan Province, Morocco. She is 21 years old and working on her Masters Degree in Applied Analysis and Statistics Engineering. Safaa has been a key-founding member of Espace Citoyenneté pours le Développement Humain (ECDH).  ECDH was founded by a group of very passionate students and…

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Sulekha – USA, TechGirls 2019

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Kavi-USA TechGirls 2019

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Yasmina of Lebanon

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