Congratulations to the 2014 Women of the Year in Technology and the Girls Get IT Girl of the Year!
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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Participants: Debbie Brock, Kathy Escoto, Cari Hash, Roslyn Moran, Stephanie Morrison, Amanda Nickles, Ximena Pena-Rogers, Tracey Pickett
The work of Women in Technology has an incredible impact.
Since 1992, Women in Technology has had a mission dedicated to promoting the advancement of women in Georgia's technology community. Through the WIT Foundation, WIT also educates and encourages girls and young women to pursue careers in STEM.
This Impact Report gives you an overview of the tremendous work WIT has done this year and will serve as a benchmark as WIT continues to passionately support women and girls in STEM and move toward the goal of having 50% of Georgia's STEM workforce comprised of women by the year 2020.
Where future innovators connect with today's technology leaders.
WIT's Girls Get IT program collaborates with the Georgia business community to inspire girls in middle and high school to choose careers in science, technology, engineering and math.
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.