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Mission: ATW supports women and men worldwide who share the common interests of empowering women in technology, increasing the number of women in executive roles and encouraging women and girls to enter technology fields.
EDUCATE: ATW will educate members on technology and management trends, and offer personal and professional development.
CONNECT: ATW will provide opportunities for women to connect with fellow professionals and build relationships and alliances with business leaders.
MENTOR: ATW will host programs for members and young women to access positive role models in technology fields.
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is the nation’s leading voice promoting equity and education for women and girls. Since our founding in 1881, AAUW members have examined and taken positions on the fundamental issues of the day — educational, social, economic, and political. AAUW is committed to encouraging women and girls to pursue STEM, and we have a multipronged approach to make it happen. Here’s a look at our STEM strategy: Research, STEM programs for girls, investing in STEM education, a voice for STEM on Capitol Hill and in your Statehouse.
The Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology (ABI) was founded in 1997 by renowned computer scientist Anita Borg, Ph.D. (1949-2003). Initially known as the Institute for Women in Technology, IWT was renamed in 2003 to the Anita Borg Institute in order to honor Dr. Borg. Through their everyday work, the Anita Borg Institute seeks to increase the impact of women on all aspects of technology, and increase positive impact of technology on the world’s women.
Engineer Girl brings national attention to the opportunity that engineering presents to all people at any age, but particularly to women and girls. This site allows you to view all types of careers and options in areas such as space, medicine, environment, and communications. It also presents profiles for many women engineers, including their job description and how they got involved!
A guide to engineering for high school girls. Dream big. Love what you do.
Females in Information Technology and Telecommunications [FITT] is a not-for-profit network established in 1989 that encourages and supports women in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) industry. FITT holds events and activities throughout the year to support, encourage and inspire women in the Australian ICT industry including:
Networking – Breakfast, lunch or evening events in Sydney with stimulating speakers and opportunities to keep up to date and network with other people in the ICT industry.
Mentoring – events and strategies to help women reach their potential and influence the direction of the ICT industry.
Skills Development Workshops – practical workshops to increase women’s career opportunities.
School Education – speakers for career events and other educational activities to encourage more females to join the industry.
The National Center for Women Information Technology is a coalition of mare that 160 prominent corporations, academic institutions, government agencies, and non-profits working to increase women’s participation in information technology (IT). NCWIT believe that inspiring more women to choose careers in IT isn’t about parity; it’s a compelling issue of innovation, competitiveness, and workforce sustainability.
NGCP is an organization that brings together other organizations throughout the United States and Puerto Rico that are committed to informing and encouraging girls to pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
-Maximize access to shared resources within projects and with public and private sector organizations and institutions interested in expanding girls participation in STEM>
-Strengthen capacity of existing and evolving projects by sharing promising practice research and program modes, outcomes, and products.
-Use the leverage of a network or collaboration of individual girl-serving STEM programs to create the tipping point for gender equity in STEM.
SWE empowers women to succeed and advance in those aspirations and be recognized for their life-changing contributions and achievements as engineers and leaders! They inform young women, their parents, counselors, and the general public, of the qualifications and achievements of women engineers and the opportunities open to them, and also serve as a center of information on women in engineering! Program of study must be ABET accredited
Work4Women is committed to increasing females’ access to well-paid work/economic independence and is recognized nationally for its skills, training models, technical assistance, and advocacy for women workers through programs that emphasize literacy, technical and nontraditional skills, and career development!
Demand for computer science professionals is at an all time high, but in such a fast-moving industry, it’s hard to find trustworthy, comprehensive online resources. ComputerScience.org is here to adress this issue. Our purpose is to provide an in-depth overview of the field – including education – that stays up-to-date with its constant fluctuations. We intend to be the point of introduction for the next generation of programmers, engineers and developers, as well as a go-to resource for current professionals.
The Women in Technology Project is funded in part through grants from the U.S. Department's of Labor, Agriculture and Education. It is the first workforce development project of its kind to encourage girls, women and underrepresented groups into science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education and careers. The Project is administered by the Maui Economic Development Board, Inc., with offices at the Maui Research and Technology Center in Kihei, Maui, Hawaii.
WITI teaches females how to be enthusiastic and successful in their academic and work endeavors, in everyday life and especially in technology fields. In a time when the workplace is increasingly competitive, WITI stresses and empowers women to actively look for ways to raise their value and standards!
Women Tech World allows women technicians to connect with each other. You can read stories about female role models in the industry, from a wide variety of occupations. These diverse women are from all across the US, different ages, different races, and have much experience, guidance, and mentoring to offer about the technology industry as a whole!