TechWomen|TechGirls is a NH High Tech Council initiative focused on building a strong community of female professionals enthusiastic about technology and also supporting efforts where girls are exploring STEM as a career or area of study. TechWomen|TechGirls holds programs for professional women to connect, educate, and explore ideas around career development, technology initiatives, and innovation. The community also deploys volunteers and mentors to support academic STEM initiatives and events for girls happening all over New Hampshire.
At this annual event, a luminary keynote speaker addresses a dynamic crowd of approximately 250 female technologists, entrepreneurs and business leaders as the Council honors the “TechWoman” of the Year, “TechEducator” of the Year and “TechStudent of the Year.” For more information, please contact chair Shannon Hermann, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Girls’ Technology Day
The Council partners with State of NH Department of Education in their annual three day, three site, state-wide event that brings together 800 young women in 9th and 10th grade from 35 NH schools in an effort to showcase the many high tech field career paths and the ways in which career and technical education can help in the exploration of the possibilities. Last year the event included 95 presenters, 50 workshops, 48 tech company displays and 75 tech women volunteers.
TechWomen Ambassador Week
This week long intense program brings together 550 female 8th and 9th graders with over 90 tech women volunteers and 150 volunteering educators. Matched in their geographic area, students have meaningful interactions with female technologists who are there to share their experiences and give career advice.
TechWomen Power Breakfast Series
This is a monthly breakfast gathering of TechWomen on the second Wednesday of every month featuring accomplished female leaders in tech who come to informally share their experiences, lessons learned and to give sage advice. The topics are trending, the networking is at a high, and the camaraderie is palpable!
To learn more about this monthly breakfast that averages 85 attendees, please contact committee chair Candice Benson, email@example.com.
This includes regular meetings of a trusted peer group of tech women in c-level positions with an overreaching vision to create programs and opportunities to help women ideate, start and succeed in building their own companies. To learn more, please contact committee chair Margaret Donnelly, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check out this video from a past event:
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