POWER/Google Women Tech Founders Program for the Middle East & North African Countries 2022
The United States Department of State via the Providing Opportunities for Women’s Economic Rise (POWER) initiative, has teamed up with Google’s Women Techmakers to hold the Women Tech Founders Program. The virtual program gives women tech entrepreneurs from the Middle East and North Africa start-up coaching from Google’s tech and start-up experts and provides a platform for future tech trailblazers in the region to network.
POWER/Google Women Tech Founders Program
Organization US Government
Country of study –
School of study –
Course of study Not stated
Application Deadline April 30, 2022
Purpose and Benefits of POWER/Google Women Tech Founders Program
50 applicants that make it to the final will receive training on both tech and business development concepts with the chance to acquire insights and mentorship from Google’s experts’ team. The training will be focused on participants’ abilities to help them explore technology to advance their businesses.
There will also be community-building sessions that will allow participants to network and team up with other leading figures of women in technology in the region as well as the US and US government officials. The sessions will be virtual.
Requirements for the Program
Applicant must be a woman leading a tech start-up with:
- A product that fits into the technology space.
- Some level of market traction with their product/service.
- At least acquired seed funding.
- Registered in the Middle East and North Africa region legally.
Interview Date, Process, and Venue
The application promises to be a competitive one and the selection will be from April 4 to April 30, 2002. The first session of the program will be held on June 7, 2022. The focus of the program is on women who have started a tech business in the last two years or started a new one with acquired seed funding.
April 30, 2022.
How to Apply