Richtech Girls in Technology

This year we partnered with Capital One, who also hosted the event. Members of the Capital One IT team served as mentors, and 150 middle school girls were given a Raspberry Pi, a small, single board computer. They learned how the technology worked, and used the programming language Scratch to code their own computers.

Watch this Science Matters video and hear from several students and mentors about how this type of experience can make a difference.

Didn’t get a chance to participate?

Not to worry, we’re already thinking about making it even better for next year!

Please enter your email address to join our mailing list. You will be notified about other excittin events regarding women in technology, including when registration opens for next year’s Techsters event.

Mailing List