Student Workshops

Comprehensive approach, covering three areas: basic coding and computer skills, non-cognitive skills such as problem solving skills and analytical skills, and increasing confidence around STEM.  


Extra-curricular Activities

Participating schools can engage in a range of extra-curricular activities to enhance the effectiveness of the student workshops. The activities are ran by TWF staff and subject matter experts from our corporate and supporting partners. These include female role- model/career talks, company visits, mobile classrooms, inter-school hackathons/competition so participants can experience real life examples of the diverse array of career opportunities available in the technology industry.

Teacher Workshops

To provide students with better support, the Programme also provides teacher workshops with tailor-made training content in STEM, ranging from sharing of future career trends and development of e-learning experiences, visiting tech companies, to training on online learning tools. 


We are extremely grateful for the grants and support we received from the following sponsors and partners:  

Corporate Sponsors

2018 - 2019 
Bloomberg, BNY Mellon, MTR Corporation, SAP, State Street

2017 – 2018
Accenture, BlackRock, Bloomberg, BNY Mellon, Capital, Emerson, Goldman Sachs, Google RISE Awards, Face Club of HKCS, Macquarie, MTR Corporation, Operation Santa Claus, State Street, Telstra and 100 Women in Finance

2016 – 2017
Accenture, Bloomberg, Capital, Cisco, Goldman Sachs, MTR Corporation and Telstra

2015 – 2016
Accenture, Barclays, Cisco


Technology Partners and Supporting Partners

Education Bureau, Equal Opportunities Commission, Google, Hong Kong Science and Technology Park, Intellectual Property Department

Research Partners

In keeping with TWF's practice to engage independent subject matter experts to conduct the impact assessment of our major programmes, the Programme evaluation in 2015-16 was conducted by Dr Dannii Yeung of the City University of Hong Kong and Dr Mario Liong, formerly from Centennial College.  In 2016-17, the Programme evlauation was conducted by Dr Anita Chan and Dr Adam Cheung of the Education University of Hong Kong.  Starting from 2017, the Programme evaluation has been conducted by Dr Cherry Tam of the City University of Hong Kong.  

In 2015-17, TWF also commissioned our research partners to conduct the following studies: 

Girls and STEM Education in Hong Kong

Gender Differences in Hong Kong's STEM Education



Training Partners

Our training partner from 2015 - 2018 was BSD Code & Design Academy Hong Kong. In 2018-2019, we are pleased to partner with HKT education. 



Girls Go Tech Programme

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