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TECHWOMEN - Mentorship and Leadership exchange program for African Women in Tech

Sophie Ngassa
Posted November 21, 2016 from Cameroon
Expired on December 13, 2016

If you feel passionate about social impact and believe you can take your learnings from the program to lead the change in your community, we strongly encourage you to apply and join our network of 419 TechWomen fellows shaping the future for women and girls.

As TechWomen enters its seventh year, 100 emerging women leaders from 20 countries will be selected to travel to the US for professional mentorship and exchange. Now, more than ever, we want to strengthen the TechWomen community with Emerging Leaders to sustain and strengthen our collective impact. Learn more, and apply

TechWomen is proud to support women who are leading the change. Launched in 2011 by then-Secretary of StateHillary Clinton, TechWomen builds on her vision of “smart power,” embracing the full range of diplomatic tools, in this case science and technology, to bring people together for greater understanding and to empower women and girls worldwide. Today, TechWomen is an extraordinary global network of more than 900 women and men passionate about STEM and the betterment of their communities.

In 2017, TechWomen will select 100 women from Africa, Central and South Asia, and the Middle East to participate in the five-week program in the U.S. The application is open, begin your application now.

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