Inspire emerging women leaders to become change agents in their communities.
The Professional Mentor application will open on June 9, 2014.
Connect with global women leaders and join the growing community of TechWomen worldwide.
Travel to Africa and the Middle East to expand professional networks and encourage girls' interest in STEM careers.
Learn more about these inspiring women and find out what drives them to succeed.
Engage with experts and innovators in your field and become a change agent in your community.
TechWomen empowers, connects, and supports the next generation of women leaders in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from Africa and the Middle East by providing them the access and opportunity needed to advance their careers, pursue their dreams, and inspire women and girls in their communities.
Through mentorship and exchange, TechWomen strengthens participants’ professional capacity, increases mutual understanding between key networks of professionals, and expands girls’ interest in STEM careers by exposing them to female role models.
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Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and Assistant Secretary Ann Stock deliver remarks at a closing luncheon for the TechWomen Initiative, at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on July 6, 2011.
TechWomen Professional and Cultural Mentors talk about the many reasons to become a mentor for the TechWomen program, and the effects that mentoring with TechWomen has had on them.
TechWomen Professional Mentors, Cultural Mentors and Emerging Leaders participate in a discussion panel at the Department of State in Washington, DC. The panel is moderated by Dee Dee Myers, White House Press Secretary during the first two years of the Clinton Administration.
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