The Tech Partnership

TechFuture Girls Club has been a real eye-opener for me to see how switched-on young children are. It’s incredible what they can do already. They’re very keen and it’s just a joy to work with them all

Emma Hopson, TechFuture Girls Club Volunteer and Systems Analyst at HP

Join in

 

If you care about inspiring young people and helping them discover the possibilities of tech, join the 100s of tech professionals across the UK who volunteer with TechFuture today. Encourage the next generation of home-grown talent into tech careers as a TechFuture Ambassador and find out more about My Tech Future.

 

Discover more about ways to volunteer below:

  • TechFuture Ambassadors

    TechFuture Ambassadors

    TechFuture Ambassadors are inspiring young people by visiting schools across the UK and sharing their enthusiasm for tech with young people. This growing network of over 600 tech role models leads activities on coding, programming, algorithms and more. 

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  • My Tech Future campaign

    My Tech Future campaign

    My Tech Future reaches out to girls and young women, making sure they know that their talents and enthusiasm are warmly welcomed by tech employers, and encourages them to explore digital opportunities.

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What people are saying about TechFuture

“We believe that businesses must take action to help educate and inspire young people about the potential advantages of a digital-skills-based career. The TechFuture Careers Resource Pack is a key part of our IT Futures programme.”

Nupur Singh Mallick , HR Director, Tata Consultancy Services

“A digital career can be incredibly interesting, affording the opportunity to learn about many different industries. Providing good careers advice  to pupils at an early age is essential  to build the digital talent pipeline.”

Jacqui Ferguson, Senior Vice President, HP Enterprise Services.

"I have been running TechFuture Girls Club for over 5 years now and it is always popular and enjoyed by our students. When the girls have such good resources to use, which haven't taken me any time to prepare, that is the added bonus."

Shirley Farr, Teacher, The Hayfield School, Doncaster