Connect with educators, mentors, and volunteers; get involved with NCWIT programs; and find local opportunities — all to help you and your participants succeed.
Get involved with an expansive program that turn barriers into possibilities for women, genderqueer, or non-binary students through exclusive awards, scholarships, internships, and communities—building leadership and technical skills. Follow @NCWITAiC on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook to stay in the loop about the latest news and events, and to get inspired.
Connect with counselors and others in advising roles to gain professional development, knowledge, and resources for giving all students access to transformative computing education and careers. Use select materials to explore technology career paths, gauge student interest, create lesson plans, lead workshops, or kick-start conversations.
Participate in Broadening Participation in Computer Science (CS) Education, a free six-part webinar series that addresses the importance of increasing girls’ and women’s meaningful and influential participation in tech innovation and development each month. The series is geared towards K-12 formal and informal educators, and high school and college students.