The Technovation Challenge is a worldwide, technology entrepreneurship competition in which each teams of five middle- or high-school girls (10-18 years old) identify problems in their local communities, build prototype mobile apps for them, develop business plans, and pitch the plans to potential investors. Teams will meet for 3-4 hours weekly with mentors from the tech/business community, January-April, in preparation for regional and worldwide events in May and June.
The MassTLC Education Foundation will host a webinar on November 14, 12:30-1PM, to introduce parents, students, and potential mentors to the competition. If you are not available at that time, register to get access to a recording of the webinar. And everyone — students, parents, mentors, and anyone else interested — is invited to register for the in-person Technovation Kick-Off event (register here) on December 9, 1:30-5:30PM at LogMeIn (333 Summer Street, Boston). Teams can register for the competition anytime before March 7. and may attend MIT’s free App Inventor workshop, January 27, 9:30AM-Noon (register here). Adults can sign up to be a mentor/coach. For more information, email email@example.com.