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Encouraging the Girl in Tech in Your Life

Posted: 01.25.2019

Do you have a girl or woman in your life who is passionate about working in tech, but you aren’t sure how to best support her? Here are some helpful tips: Give Her Space to Fail There are bound to be failures when learning new skills or creating something...

Top 3 takeaways from McKHackathon 2018

Posted: 08.22.2018

We can't believe McKHackathon 2018 is already over! Our event with Fortune 6 company McKesson was a huge success thanks to the amazing participants, McKesson team members, volunteers, mentors, judges and host venues University of Advancing Technology and Topgolf Scottsdale that brought it to life! It's hard to believe that just 5 months...

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2018 Scholarship Sponsored by Axosoft

Posted: 08.16.2018

Girls in Tech Phoenix is excited to present the 2018 Scholarship Program sponsored by Axosoft! This post should answer any questions on the scholarship application process, timeline and participation requirements. Please review this carefully before applying. Timeline: September 14, 2018: Applications due (11:59PM MST) September 24, 2018: Finalists notified September...

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Who to expect at McKHackathon 2018

Posted: 08.06.2018

The FREE hackathon event Aug 9-11 hosted by Girls in Tech PHX + McKesson will have several special guests in attendance. Our judges are influential leaders at McKesson and will have their eye out for new talent looking to join their teams, as well as leaders and founders of...


What exactly is a hackathon?

Posted: 07.31.2018

  You’re not alone if the word hackathon makes you think of people in hoodies drinking energy drinks and coding furiously away on secret projects. But there’s so much more to it, especially with our upcoming hackathon with McKesson! Want to go from an idea to a working proof of...


McKHackathon 2018 FAQs

Posted: 07.24.2018

Before the McKHackathon   Is this event for me? If you are interested in entrepreneurship the answer is most likely YES. Attendee backgrounds are roughly 50% technical (developers, coders, designers) and 50% business (marketing, finance, law). Whether you are a serial entrepreneur or new to the startup scene, if you're motivated to...