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Aspirations in Computing (AiC)

Aspirations in Computing (AiC) provides encouragement, enables persistence, opens doors, and changes lives for women in technology from K-12 through career. By offering exclusive awards, scholarships, internships, community, and more, AiC turns barriers into possibilities.

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BridgeUP STEM

BridgeUP STEM provides opportunities for girls, women, and gender non-conforming individuals of all backgrounds to learn the skills of computer science and research methodology within a research university setting.

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BridgeUP STEM Interest Form

In the year-long program, high school participants, called BridgeUP STEM Scholars, first enhance their coding skills through a non-credit four-week summer coding class. Then during

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BridgeUP STEM Scholars

The BridgeUP STEM Scholars program provides girls, women, and gender non-binary students who have had minimal or limited access to coding education with an introduction to programming and research methodology.

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BridgeUP STEM Scholar Nomination Form

Encourage a student to become a BridgeUP STEM Scholar. Know a high school student who should apply for the NCWIT BridgeUP STEM Scholars program at Georgia Tech? Check their eligibility and then encourage them to apply.

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Helen Fellows

Helen Fellows are women and gender non-binary undergraduates within Georgia Tech’s College of Computing who participate in a one-year paid fellowship in computing research and educational outreach. Fellows are particularly interested in exploring careers in computing research in academia or industry.

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