Technovation, the longest running girls-in-tech program, launched a complete gallery of 362 mobile apps today. This gallery is a comprehensive look at the work developed by the participants in 26 countries around the world. The gallery showcases the diversity of issues girls face around the world and the technological solutions they come up with.
Founded in 2009, Technovation focuses on addressing the gender diversity issues in computer programming, engineering, and entrepreneurship by mentoring girls ages 10-23 through the development of mobile apps. To personalize the experience, Technovation encourages girls to help solve a problem they see in their own community, underlining the value and relevance one can have at a grassroots level. Technovation sessions begin in January and run through late April. You can check out the Technovation website to learn more.