Eva Longoria Supports TECHNOLOchicas
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TECHNOLOchicas is a national initiative of the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) and Televisa Foundation designed to raise awareness among young Latinas and their families about opportunities and careers in technology. TECHNOLOchicas uses the powerful stories of Latinas from diverse backgrounds, who are in technology fields, and recognize the power of innovation to change the world. These stories allow girls to see and relate to real-life role models.
TECHNOLOchicas Ambassadors speak at events, volunteer at workshops, participate in interviews, and organize outreach activities in their community to inspire Latina youth.
If you are a Latina over the age of 18 who is pursuing a career in tech or working in a tech-related field, we invite you to sign up and become a TECHNOLOchicas Ambassador!
With the holidays behind us and spring just around the corner, we are gearing up for our next set of adventures: TECHNOLOchicas 3.0! We’re flying from coast to coast to film the next series of TECHNOLOchicas videos. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter so that you can catch all the behind-the-scenes moments, as they happen.
“You look at the sky, and I think, ‘I can’t tell the depth.’ And the fact that I can’t tell how far it goes for the sky, it makes me think, ‘How vast can space be?”
“Technology to me means a gateway to the future. It means the ability to be able to create things that we don’t even think are possible yet.”
“Growing up as a bilingual kid, writing in English was something a little bit tough for me, but Science and Math were topics that I could really understand.”
Alma Stephanie Tapia
TECHNOLOchicas Andrea Chaves, Beatris Mendez, Madelyn Tavarez, Amy Villasenor, Susie Gomez, Ana Hernandez, Janeth Vargas, Janeth Barrientos, Susana Harper and Gemma Bussoni will be at the #TECHNOLOchicas LiFT All of Us Symposium in the Tucson, Arizona.
TECHNOLOchica Karina Canales is featured in the most recent issue of Google’s "Careers With Code: Game – Changing Jobs of Tomorrow," along with a mention of our TECHNOLOchicas campaign. // “People think CS is scary, but it’s actually really fun."
“I really love my work. I am really excited that I got the opportunity to come work in the tech hub of the world.”
“This event was another demonstration of how AT&T invests in our youth and in building a diverse and inclusive workplace. Young people want to learn about innovative careers, and we’re beyond excited to introduce them to some of those amazing opportunities.” // AT&T Global Lead Consultant-Diversity Deneen L. Garrett as she talks about our recent #ATTDiversityTrek event in Southern California.
Watch a recap of our exciting day.
The TECHNOLOchicas Lift and Aspire IT programs introduce young Latinas to the world of technology. Giving them a head start in the skills they need for success in the 21st century.