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Introduce a girl to tech

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Tech companies employ, on average, only about 12% women engineers. And, the larger the team, the fewer women there are, on average. One reason for that? Girls often aren't introduced actively to their own abilities and potential for tech at an early age, while many boys are.

Read more in this interview with Jennifer Davidson:

Then, introduce a girl you know to tech and teach her to see her potential!



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  • Kate Ganim

    Our organization, KIDmob, is hosting a workshop this week called Superhero Cyborgs in which kids are designing and prototyping their own body mods. This week has been an extravaganza of 3d modeling and 3d printing, casting with alginate and plaster, brainstorming, power tools, and much more. One of our participants, pictured here, is being fitted out by our in-house prosthetist. She is being fitted with thermoplastic, as the structure for her project: an inconspicuous brace to promote good posture. We're excited to see the final prototype!