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My Journey as a TechGirl
Transcript of My Journey as a TechGirl
Celebrating The 4th of July
The Last Day at the Camp & Graduation
Introductions and Icebreakers.
Training-Leadership in the Digital Age - Legacy President J.E. Rash.
Learning US Democracy _ Former Member of Congress Larry Larocco.
Community Service Activity @ Cora Kelly Recreation Center
White House meeting with Office of Digital Strategy
Arrive to Tech Camp and Check in TOWSON University
Learning Coding with HTML and CSS and Having Fun!!
Monuments Tour to the National Mall with Jenny Oh
Ryan A. Duques Byron Academy - Code4Charity
Ellie Zeitlin and Baylee Greenberg of DoSomething.org
Lunch with WIM - Bank of America
Site visit to GOOGLE
Networking with Girls Who Code
City Tour with Ms. Mary Beth Hennesy
Dinner @ Hard Rock
New York - Times square Tour
George Washington University Hospital Tour
Congressional Meet up Congresswoman Suzanne Bonamici and Congresswoman Susan Davis
A weekend with an American Host Family
Visiting The Air and Space Museum
YAHOO!! & FACEBOOK!!
The Last Day with The Family
Iftar with Friends
Mirosoft - Panel decussion with women mentors
Digital Divas Event
Meeting with State Department
Award Night Iftar @ Neyla
Career Shadow Day @ FCC
attending meetings with the Chairwonam Mignon Clyburn and the commissioners Ajit Pai and Jessica Rosenworcel
Is an international exchange program designed to empower young girls from the Middle East and North Africa to learn more about technology and leadership skills .
Prepared by: Lina Benamer (Libya)
New York City
Now I have More Experience + More Confidence + More Leader Ship Skills + More Friends :)