Our mission is to inspire girls and gender expansive youth to create innovative solutions for social good.

We serve youth between ages 10-17.

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What is INTech?

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INTech gives our girls an essential education in the foundations of computer science and technology. INTech scholars are taught how to solve problems with technological solutions. We encourage youth to use their creativity and connect with their communities and peers to develop innovative solutions to social problems while craving new paths for tech innovation for youth just like them.

Our Impact

INTech Foundation is based in Charlotte, NC. However, we reach students from all over the Americas. We engage students, ages 10-17, all from more than 22 states in the US. Our efforts have extended into small communities in Ontario Canada and in South America.


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Note: Map does not include Canada & South American communities

Our Programs

We offer 3 distinct programming tracks designed to cater to our diverse audiences’ interests. We offer our flagship programs: INTech Academy, Summer Camp for Girls, Community Workshops, and Code Clubs.

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INTech Academy

Our signature program, INTech Academy trains girls on the fundamentals of coding, robotics, AR and VR, engineering, and technology far beyond what they can learn in their regular classrooms.
(Ages 13-17)

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Summer Camp for Girls

This program offers scholars a 5-day experience where they learn how to build, code, and program a brand new website. As a team, INTech Scholars will choose a social issue as the foundation for their final (and functioning) product.
(Ages 10-13)

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Community Workshops & Code Clubs

These free 1-hour workshops are designed to improve digital literacy, explore the social impact of technology on our day-to-day lives while building a healthy and tech savvy community.
(All ages are welcome)

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You can do anything with code.

Jessica Williams
INTech Scholar
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We need more people as in people with different colors of skin in tech.

Sofia Rodriguez
INTech Scholar
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The program is perfect.

Priya Gupta
INTech Scholar
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Thank you to our partners!
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