If you're interested in pursuing more opportunities in STEM fields and learning more about what our camp participants learned about, please check out the resources listed below!
The National Center for Women & Information Technology is a national non-profit organization that works to increase the meaningful participation of girls and women in computing. NCWIT AspireIT connects high school and college-aged women with K-12 girls interested in STEM fields. Using a near-peer model, program leaders teach younger girls fundamentals in programming and computational thinking in creative environments that are supported by program partners from the NCWIT community. The relationship between the program leaders and their program partners fosters mentoring with technical professionals, increases young women’s confidence in their computing abilities, and develops valuable leadership ski
Learn more about the Aspire IT program here.
Women in Technology (WIT) has the sole aim of advancing women in technology - with programs encouraging learning in the classroom as well as the boardroom. Women In Technology meets its vision through a variety of leadership development, technology education, networking and mentoring opportunities for women at all levels of their careers. Opportunities for k-12 girls include:
Walker College of Business Scholarships
Through the support of alumni, corporate partners, and friends, the Walker College of Business offers scholarships to current and incoming students. Scholarships can be awarded on merit and financial need. There are several scholarships that can be awarded to students obtaining a degree in Computer Information Systems and Supply Chain Management.
Women in Technology Scholarships
With the prominence of women in technology increasing, organizations and universities are investing in the STEM education of young women around the globe. This link provides a list of just a few of the scholarships and opportunities that are available to young women interested in STEM fields.