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Technovation Girls 2020 DMV Season Kickoff
Hello and happy new year to all students, parents, and mentors!

We’re ecstatic to have you on board for the 2020 season and are looking forward to an amazing third year with Technovation DC.

We are officially kicking off the 2020 season this Sunday, Jan 12 with a launch event from 3:45-7PM at Coder Kids (6647-A Old Dominion Drive, McLean). Come meet other teams and regional ambassadors, learn more about Technovation, hear from previous winners, and get refreshed or learn new AppInventor concepts. The girls will also take part in the ideation session to help them generate and explore ideas for their mobile apps. We highly encourage at least one member of each team attend. See agenda and event details below.

New, prospective, and returning students and mentors are welcome to attend. This is a great opportunity to meet and form teams or mentors if you do not already have one.

Please register for the event here.

We look forward to seeing you!

The DMV Technovation Regional and Student Ambassadors and Board

(Note: please email Amy.wu1112@gmail.com with q's or if you'd like to be removed from this distribution list)

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Event Details

Date & Time: Sun Jan 12, 3:45 - 7:00 pm (program is from 3:45-6 pm, with an optional AppInventor workshop from 6-7pm)

Location: Coder Kids Studio, 6647-A Old Dominion Drive, McLean, Virginia

Tentative Agenda:
Registration & Season Kick-off
The Pitch Experience Seminar with 2019 Jr Regional Winners
Previous Winners Tips Panel with '18-'19 Regional Winners
App Idea Brainstorm with Student Ambassadors
Optional AppInventor Workshop with Coder Kids coaches
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