Leveraging over a decade of experience facilitating courses, workshops, and events, the TechChange team utilized strategies from our educator toolkit to deliver a memorable virtual experience for – and with – the participants.

TechChange has come a long way since we built our first site in 2010. Five years and 400,000 lines of code later, we have an amazing site built by some of the most talented developers and designers out there. We were so excited about it that we just had to throw a party.

It was great to celebrate in person with many of you, but since so …

Missed our Fail Song at Fail Fest 2014? Check out our TechChange band performance featuring members of our team on vocals, guitar, drums, oboe, and – of course- on PowerPoint. From connectivity issues when doing online training sessions on Ebola, challenges of moving into a new office, we’re excited to participate in Fail Fest again to share our experiences in providing interactive training for social change.

It’s the event that all DC edtech enthusiasts have been waiting for: TechChange is teaming up with General Assembly DC to host this month’s ICT4Drinks happy hour event!

All are welcome to attend. Free drinks will be provided for those that register and come early. We’ll also be giving away some TechChange cubebots and GA stickers!


Join us July 29, 2014 in Washington, DC for the ICT4Drinks International EdTech Happy Hour! 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM ET at Alero Restaurant at 13th and U Streets, NW.

Here are five highlights from Silicon Valley venture capitalist Marc Andreessen on his views of the future of online education from the AtlanticLIVE event at 1776.

“In Online Learning, There Are No Shortcut Keys.” Check out our TechChange Fail Song from the 2013 Fail Fest in Washington, DC.