Technovation Girls Competition For Global Problem Solver 2020 $10,000 Prize and Trip To San Francisco

Since 2010, more than 23,000 girls from 100+ countries have participated in Technovation Girls. With the help of volunteer mentors, they've produced mobile app startups that have helped address problems in local and global communities the world over. And while each year more and more girls take up the challenge, we know that there are always more problems to solve … and that there are girls from every part of the world ready to solve them.

Girls will change the world through technology.

Girls are curious, creative, and determined. Technovation Girls gives them the courage and tools to explore their ideas. 
Girls will learn to build a mobile app, how to market it, and can submit it to our global competition.

Will Technovation Girls teach students how to code? 

Technovation Girls guides and encourages students in becoming technology entrepreneurs. Just like in the real world, a high level of technical expertise is not required, but some understanding of the technology being created and proposed is important.
Upon finishing Technovation Girls, students should have an understanding of some basic computer programming principles and will have created a functional mobile app prototype via an app building.

Eligibility for participation (students)

Any girl or young woman (ages 10-18) interested in Technovation Girls is eligible to compete.
To join our competition, a girl must create or join a team on our online platform, have a parent/guardian sign the consent form and meet the following Student Participation criteria:
  • All students must be between the ages of 10 to 18 as of August 1, 2020.
  • All students must identify as female. No males can enter the competition.
  • Teams are composed of 1 to 5 students. Students can only join 1 team.
  • Competition Divisions are based on the age of the oldest student on the team.
  • Students can participate in Technovation Girls for multiple seasons until they reach the age of 18
    • Students can work with the same team members and mentors, but they cannot submit the materials to competition over multiple years.
    • Teams can explore the same problem, but the app prototype must be different each year.

  Application Deadline: 16 March, 2020.

For more information: VISIT HERE TO APPLY

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