Mentors are professional and postgraduate women who are passionate about helping younger women be successful as they work in teams and learn to become technology entrepreneurs, and who feel comfortable learning new technologies.
Mentors act as guides and role models during Technovation’s 12-lesson curriculum which runs from January through April. Participants look to their mentors for guidance on how to overcome obstacles and solve problems. Some mentors choose to work in teams of two and alternate attendance from one week to the next.

Mentors can be teachers, parents, community leaders, or professionals.
Mentors do not need to be tech professionals (although it's great if you do have tech expertise!)
Mentors can work with a local team in-person, or be a virtual mentor to a team anywhere in the world

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