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Our


Impact

With an intergenerational, skilled, and agile approach, Girls For Technology creates equitable programs that provide ongoing career learning, enabling girls and women to develop the skills needed to succeed in jobs and as entrepreneurs. Our programs are customized to our partners' needs and are designed using the insights of youths and adults who have directly benefited from them.

Our


Approach

Girls For Technology increases access to work-based learning opportunities for girls and women, providing valuable business skills and ongoing career learning. We connect young adults to the jobs and entrepreneurship opportunities that will keep them competitive in a rapidly changing global workforce.

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 2,000+ 

STUDENTS

SERVED

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 94% 

ALUMNI

SATISFACTION

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 83% 

JOB PLACEMENTS

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Middle/High School: 

of GFT students are on track to graduate.

98%

84%

Teens (12-17 years old) reported interest in pursuing a STEM career 

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College Tour:

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of students reported interest in attending college

83%

7 of 10

students served reported being college and career ready

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Workforce Development:

Training + Skilled workforce 

of Young Adults (18-24 years old) served year-to-date employment

76%

85%

job placement and internship 

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300

hours of soft skills training offered

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Building For Equity:

Small Business Owners + Entrepreneur Support

small businesses assisted the first year with technical assistance

15

42

underrepresented founders recruited

of accelerator participants reported an increase in revenue

63%

72%

164 entrepreneurs that took our survey, 72% of entrepreneurs said they financed their business without receiving any institutional financing