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!

Fill out this form, and NCWIT will reach out to them and encourage them to apply.

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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 the academic year, they gain knowledge and experience with real…

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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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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…

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BridgeUP STEM at Georgia Tech Faculty Mentors

Faculty Mentors and their graduate student teams work closely with both the Helen Fellows and BridgeUP STEM Scholars to broaden the students’ exposure to computing research. During the BridgeUP STEM program, the faculty and their…

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Funding for the BridgeUP STEM program is provided by a generous grant from the Helen Gurley Brown Foundation to the National Center for Women & Information Technology.

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