TeenTechSF GLOBAL Youth Summit & World Pitch
"Changing the Face of Tech, Changing the World" TeenTechSF@Microsoft
Watch video highlights from the 2017 TeenTechSF Global Youth Summit here including our first all Latino dance and code group! All the details on our key note speakers: Microsoft Director of Civic Engagement, Sid Espinosa, and Obama Deputy Chief Technology Office, Nicole Wong, and our World Pitch winners who created invented smart home devices, apps to help new immigrants access resources and make friends, and tech solutions to preventing Fake News on the internet from the TTSF Facebook page here.
"Teens Helping Teens through Tech" sponsored by:
Congratulations to our World Pitch winners who developed tech solutions to community problems from teen suicide to LGBT support. ICYMI: Check out details from this year's event here!
"Tech for Global Impact" TeenTechSF@Salesforce
- Keynote by Evernote CTO and UN Academic Impact Advisor, Dave Engberg
- On-the-ground reports on Tech & Global Citizenship from:
- PARIS: Mission Laique Francaise Executive Director, Jean-Christophe Deberre
- ISTANBUL: Microsoft Corporate Vice President -- Middle East & Africa, Ali Faramawy
- AMMAN: Senator Haifa Najjar, Upper House of Jordanian Parliament
- NEW YORK: United Nations International School Executive Director, Jane Camblin
- TeenTech Civic Hackathon World Pitch Finals, lead judge Technovation Global Partners Director Madhavi Bhasin
- Hands-on workshops for students at "Salesforce U" by Salesforce, Microsoft, MakeSchool, and Singularity tech leaders
- "Reinventing School" Global EdTech panel with representatives from the public and private sectors, including the Gates Foundation
- Onsite events: TeenTechSF@Salesforce HQ, cloud-computing giant and 4x Forbes' "World Most Innovative Company"
- Concurrent events at TeenTechNY@Microsoft Times Square New York and TeenTechWA@TheLivingComputerMuseum Seattle.
TOP 8 TEAMS & WORLD PITCH JUDGING PANEL
1st Place: Project Voicepedia Deja Jackson, Noah Medina, Michael Royzen; 2nd Place Project EduVoice Amethyst Baumgartner, Tania Kiryukhin, Stacy Phan, Shreya Puli, Kaysie Yu; 3rd Place: Project perCv Sofia Albrecht, Zoe Friedland; Best First Time Hacker Award: Project Amal Ahliyyah School for Girls; Finalists: Project Do That Homework Ben Ha, Alex Shortt; Project Flyer Robert Liu, Jimmy Qiu, Ronald Shi; Project SmartShelter Keenan Van Deusen, Thomas Nielsen; Project OpenDoors Polina Florova, Anna He, Jarrett Mao
Judges: Technovation Global Partners Dir Madhavi Bhasin, Microsoft Developer Evangelist/FIRST Robotics Christine Matheney, Bay Area Teen Science Founder/UC Berkeley Dan Zevin, World Affairs Council Board of Trustees Maggie Cox, Peace Corps Technology Transfer Bob Asadorian, Resilience Challenge Founder/Singularity Libby Falck, TeenTechSF Founder & Global Chair/Stanford Marc Robert Wong