New Hampshire
Girls Technology Day

Education and industry partners engaging girls in the STEM experience.


GTD 2019 Events Calendar

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About Us

The Beginning

Started in 2012 in an effort to engage young women in the STEM related fields that support our everyday lives and our futures.

Why it is important

Women comprise 48% of the workforce but less than 25% of the workforce in STEM related fields according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. 

Become part of the solution

Volunteer, mentor and support young women in the STEM fields.

2019 Student Pre-registration

Our Platinum Sponsors

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Our Gold Sponsors

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Our Silver Sponsors

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Speakers

NH Senator Kelly Ayotte 2016

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New Hampshire Senator Kelly Ayotte sends a video address to the attendees of  the 2016 Girls Technology Day(s) event at NHTI, MCC and UNH.

Senator Kelly Ayotte on Vimeo - Click to watch 

Georgia Harris, 2016 Keynote

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Keynote speaker Georgia Harris, NIST office of Weights and Measures, addressed the Girls Technology Day attendees at the 2016 event at the University of New Hampshire, Durham.

Georgia Harris keynote on Vimeo - Click to watch

NH Senator Maggie Hassan 2017

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New Hampshire Senator Maggie Hassan addresses the attendees at the 2017 Girls Technology Day event at the University of New Hampshire, Durham.

Senator Maggie Hassan on Vimeo - Click to watch