About TechFuture Girls
TechFuture Girls, formerly known as CC4G, is a well-established resource for after school or lunchtime clubs, aimed at girls aged 10-14. Since its launch in 2005, more than 150,000 girls have benefited from its mix of activities, games and projects, all designed to build girls’ skills and confidence in technology.
Substantial sponsorship from Platinum sponsor Hewlett Packard Enterprise and support from National Grid allows the Tech Partnership to deliver TechFuture Girls Clubs free to all schools across the UK.
Jacqui Ferguson, Managing Director and VP, UK & Ireland, Enterprise Services, HPE says: “At Hewlett Packard Enterprise, we believe that diversity and inclusion are key drivers of creativity, innovation and invention.
“By investing in TechFuture Girls, we’re helping to create a diverse, inclusive environment by engaging girls at the very age when they start to disengage from (the subject of) technology. HPE staff will also have the opportunity to volunteer at local TechFuture Girls where they will support teachers in delivering resources and serve as role models for the girls. We’re delighted to help make the successful TechFuture Girls program available more widely.”
Find out more about The Tech Partnership at thetechpartnership.com
Support TechFuture Girls
You, or your organisation can get involved with TechFuture Girls by introducing a school you know or helping to run a club.
Click here to download our guide to volunteering with TechFuture Girls and please contact us if you have any questions.