You Don’t Have to Have a Title to Lead by TechGirls Alum Sura Mubarak (Jordan)

When I first applied to TechGirls, I wanted to be an architect. However, I recently got accepted to the medical school at the University of Jordan. What happened to make that change? How… Continue reading

Not only a TechGirl, a TechTeacher too! by Assia Zemir (Algeria)

After returning to our home countries from the United States, we TechGirls were asked to implement the community projects we designed during the program. The project I planned and initiated was teaching computer… Continue reading

My Dear TechGirls by 2012 Alum Lara Kasbari (Palestinian Territories)

TechGirls is and will always be a once in a lifetime experience—the kind that you will never forget! Having the opportunity to participate in TechGirls last year impacted me in many aspects. It… Continue reading

What are the TechGirls of 2013 up to now?

  Upon returning to their home countries, each TechGirls participant is asked to carry out a project that focuses on tech training and passing on the skills they learned during the program, a… Continue reading

Remembering What We Share and Value: a message from Mr. Rash

My Dear Friends, Lights of the Future: In times like this, it is difficult to separate the light from the darkness, the joy from the misery, the hope from the hopelessness, the good… Continue reading

Inspired to Inspire by Assia Zemir (Algeria)

TechGirls has been an amazing experience. Not only because it allowed me to meet with so many amazing people and do so many great things but it also helped me my personal development,… Continue reading

I am not just a girl…I am a TechGirl by Amina Chida (Tunisia)

I used to be an ordinary girl that you would see on the street just like millions of other girls. I was just a normal pupil who attends high school and has good… Continue reading

New TechGirls Video from Exchange Programs – U.S. Department of State

Watch this wonderful video from the Exchange Programs – U.S. Department of State about the incredible TechGirls program and its talented and inspiring participants and partners. With special guest appearances by the Federal Communications Commission and Verizon Wireless.

The Change is Already Starting by Radia Soulmani (Morocco)

One year ago, I was just a 14-year-old girl swimming against the flow. When I looked around me, I saw a place where it seemed few people believed in the changes that young… Continue reading

Sharing Eid with Others by Imene Maallem (Algeria)

Today is the day we celebrate Eid al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan. I always wake up early on the day of Eid (around 7am). I find my mothers and sisters, who greet me… Continue reading