NCWIT Regional Initiatives brings together programs powered by NCWIT and NCWIT Alliance members focused on increasing the influence and meaningful participation of girls and women from every community. (Click through the diagram on the right for more information on NCWIT programs.)
Through this approach, change-leading representatives from NCWIT and local partner organizations are united across the tech ecosystem, forming regional, action-oriented coalitions.
About the Regional Digital Skills Initiatives
This multi-year initiative is designed to increase the number of technical women and to further their careers by offering a diverse menu of online and in-person opportunities, such as technical training, full-tuition scholarships, internships, and networking. Using a community-driven model, NCWIT works with local stakeholders to identify skill sets and training demands that align with employers’ needs.
View specific details, including eligibility requirements, for available regions below.
This initiative is currently being offered in Alabama and Michigan.
To learn more about efforts to increase women's participation in computing in Alabama, read the press releases (and additional press coverage at the bottom of this page):
To learn more about efforts to increase women's participation in computing in Michigan, read the press releases (and additional press coverage at the bottom of this page):
- The National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) Announces Digital Skills Training Opportunities for Women in Michigan
NCWIT plans to accelerate regional impact nationwide. Stay tuned for more opportunities.
To learn more, contact the Regional Initiatives Group at email@example.com.
This initiative has been generously funded by the Cognizant U.S. Foundation.