WIT's award-winning Girls Get IT program offers three modules to inspire female students toward STEM-related careers: Behind the Scenes Events, Career Exploration Workshops, and Job Shadow Program.
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Join us on November 13th to honor and recognize the women of Georgia who are accomplished leaders in business, visionaries of technology and women who make a difference in our communities.
Participants: Debbie Brock, Kathy Escoto, Cari Hash, Roslyn Moran, Stephanie Morrison, Amanda Nickles, Ximena Pena-Rogers, Tracey Pickett
CLIMB features more than 60 profiles of leaders influencing Atlanta’s business, academic and technology landscapes. The book is $29.95 and is available for purchase on this website.
Participants: Bonnie Banks, Jacqueline Callender, Nicole Dawkins, Larissa Eason, Lauren Foster, Terry Haggard, Althea McNichol, Karen Park, Mendi Reed, Danielle Samara, Ashley Spencer, Lisa Stockdell, Christine Walker, Monique Weeks
September 9, 2014
Girls Get IT: Behind the Scenes - MailChimp
September 17, 2014
Careers in Action: Negotiating (7:30am - 10:30am)
Forum: September Social
aja restaurant & bar
September 19, 2014 02:00 - 03:00 AM
Women in IT Enrichment Program (Georgia Gwinnett College)
Monica Thornton, President/CEO of WIT, will be the guest speaker at an enrichment program for female technology students at Georgia Gwinnett College.
September 22, 2014
Careers in Action: Application Due
September 23, 2014
WIT on Campus: WIT on Campus 2014/2015 Academic Year Kick-off
September 24, 2014
Women in Transportation/Atlanta Empowerment Breakfast and Panel Discussion
WIT President and CEO Monica Thornton will serve as a panelist to empower women in the workplace.
11th Annual Leadership Character Awards Luncheon (Turknett Leadership Group)
WIT President and CEO Monica Thornton will be honored as a nominee at Turknett's 11th Annual Leadership Character Awards Luncheon.
Where future innovators connect with today’s technology leaders.
WIT’s Girls Get IT, as part of the WIT Foundation, collaborates with the Georgia business community to inspire girls in middle and high school to choose careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
What can WIT do for you?
If you are in business and technology in Georgia, check out what Women in Technology does to serve as passionate advocates for advancing women in the field. WIT's goal is to support the entire life cycle of a woman's career in technology--which benefits both women AND men, the economy and the community at large. Find out what we can do for you today!
Preparing college women for successful careers in science, technology, engineering or math.
Our mission is to provide a support system for women pursuing STEM studies in college. Through WIT on Campus, college women enjoy dynamic opportunities to explore, engage in and experience the array of career options available following graduation. After all, there is life after calculus.