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Dear Friends,

It is with a heavy heart that I am passing along the news that Susan Watson passed away last Friday, March 13th after her second battle with cancer. Susan was an ardent supporter of CoolTechGirls. Words cannot express my sorrow. Susan was a beautiful and giving person who connected members of our community. She was always warm, gracious, and ready to lend a hand. I feel fortunate to have known her. Read More


CoolTechGirls is a joint initiative between Cybervation, City of Dublin and Dublin Entrepreneurial Center (DEC). Our vision is to provide a supportive and collaborative environment to school age girls to ignite their passion in science and technology.

Our goal is to distribute valuable career-related information to students and parents through lunch and learns and workshops. We strive to engage girls by introducing them to Role Models in the field of Science and Technology who would motivate and mentor them. The program would also provide girls with possible internships and job shadow opportunities.


Cybervation receives Corporate Caring Award 2015 in Education category for CoolTechGirls.
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CoolTechGirls Founder is on the cover of Dublin Life Magazine.
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CoolTechGirls is partnering with Girl Scouts to offer STEMFest to Dublin City School girls.
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