©2018 by www.tech-nique.org. 

OUR MISSION

 

TECH-Nique's mission is to address the gap in representation in the field of computer science by providing empowering community-based opportunities for marginalized groups in the field of technology.  We are a registered non-profit, 501(c)3 corporation.

UPCOMING EVENT!

 

Learn with other young women like you, in a fun and easy-going environment

LEARN how to:

 

 

Design and program your own Arduino necklace

Design and laser-cut a pair of earrings

Design your own personal website

Program a robot

Learn about Artificial Intelligence 

and MORE!

Daily catered lunch

TARC passes provided

Win AirPods, an iPad, gift cards, and more!

and it's FREE!

WHO:  JCPS 9TH GRADE GIRLS from Ballard, Doss, Fairdale, Fern Creek, Seneca, Southern, Valley, Waggener, Butler, Central, Eastern, and Male High Schools

WHEN:  SPRING BREAK  2020: 

MONDAY, MARCH 30 - FRIDAY, APRIL 3RD

TIME:  9A - 2:30P

WHERE:  KENTUCKY CENTER FOR AFRICAN-AMERICAN HERITAGE, 1701 W. MUHAMMAD ALI BOULEVARD, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY 40299 (TARC PASSES WILL BE PROVIDED)

This event is free but spaces are limited!  Apply today!

ALL THAT TECH! 

Conference for Girls 

Conference for Girls 

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN POSTPONED

 

WHAT WE DO

Technology to CREATE

TECH-Nique recognizes the power of technology to maximize our creative potential.  We learn to create programs in Python, a highly intuitive and in-demand programming language.  We also learn computer hardware and circuitry by using Raspberry Pi.  In addition, we design creative projects with laser-cutting, 3D printing, and website design.  

WHAT WE'VE DONE

 

OUR TEAM

 

Alisia McClain, Founder

Alisia is a third-year PhD student in Educational Leadership, Evaluation, and Organizational Development at the University of Louisville, where she studies the socio-cultural factors that influence the participation of underrepresented groups in technology.  She has traveled extensively, serving as an international volunteer in Mozambique, South Africa, Denmark, and Guatemala.  Alisia  is also a jazz vocalist, performing monthly with the Jerry Tolson Quartet.

QUESTIONS?  COMMENTS?  Contact us!

QUESTIONS?  COMMENTS?  Contact us!