Four Moroccan ' girls ' to United States for Tech training

There are four young high school students selected by the U.S. Department of State to participate in a summer Exchange program in the United States.

Since July 12, take four Moroccan high school girls between the ages of 15 to 17 years participated in the 2017 summer Exchange program ' Tech Girls ' in the United States. The elect, Asmae Aannaque, Yasmina El Abbott, Asmaa Hadir and Soukaina Tachoufti will continue to August 8, in the United States. They are 4 of the 130 girls participating in this initiative by the United States Department of State.

The three-week exchange program is designed for young girls from North Africa and the Middle East to encourage and inspire you to pursue a career in science and technology. In addition to the 4 Moroccan tech girls will also tech girls participate from the countries Algeria, Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan and Tunisia.

The goal is that they're "leading figures in the field of science, technology, engineering and mathematics," said the US Embassy in Rabat.

The Moroccan Tech Girls will participate in workshops on leadership, project management, coding and technology to the ' Virginia Tech University in Blacksburg, Virginia.

They will also take part in a observatiedag on the workshop of the largest technology companies in Washington, and will contribute to activities in the community. During their stay, the girls accompanied by leading managers in the field of technology, which not only come from the United States but also from the Middle East and North Africa.

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