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GIGANTIC THANK YOU!!!!

This year was our best Give Miami Day campaign to date, raising  $2,744, which will be directly applied to help fund one $8,000 Scholarship!

Thank you to our Scholarship Ambassadors who donated to our Give Miami Campaign in November!

Shout out and thank you to those who continue to work behind the scenes as Mentors to ITWomen's Scholars, and Role Models to Girls at our Virtual Summer and STEM Saturday programs!

Aranique Brown"The experiences and knowledge I’ve gained from ITWomen’s investment in my education are immeasurable. Through ITWomen’s support, I have accomplished much of what I once thought was impossible. I hope to one day give back to this foundation, uplifting and supporting the many more women in technology who are sure to succeed me." - Aranique is simultaneously pursuing a Bachelors and Masters degree in Information Systems and Operations Management with a focus in Data Science at the University of Florida.

Jovanie Smith"The ITWomen Foundation Scholarship has served as a mentor in my life, a motivator in times of need, a huge supporter every step of the way, and a way for me to make it through college. My dedication to opportunities and technology would not have been the same, and who I am today, will not have been the same."

Jovanie Smith, class of 2019, Southern University and A&M College. B.S. Computing Science. Jovanie is now a software engineer at Lockheed Martin. 

Emilia HernandezBefore attending an ITWomen Summer Robotics and Coding Camp taught by an ITWomen scholarship recipient, I wasn't sure what I might like to study after high school.  As a result of attending the summer camp, I am now pursuing a degree in Computer Science at the University of Central Florida and am a proud 2018 ITWomen scholarship recipient! 

Why Your Support Matters

  • Computing jobs offer some of the highest salaries, but females are greatly under-represented.
  • Women hold only 26% of computer occupations and 15% of all engineering occupations (2019).
  • The middle school years are crucial for planning pre-requisite STEM courses in high school.
  • Girls are greatly outnumbered by boys in most high school tech classes.
  • ITWomen Role Model program inspires and empowers girls to dream of a future in tech.
  • ITWomen scholarships also provide female mentors for the college journey.

HELPING YOUNG WOMEN PURSUE A FUTURE IN TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING

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FACES OF ITWOMEN

Emilia Hernandez
High School

"I didn't know what I wanted to study before ITWomen's summer coding camp. It was so fun that it inspired me to pursue IT as a career."

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Shannon Chapman

I have been involved with ITWomen for the past 5 years and have had the opportunity to see their direct impact through my involvement with their scholarship program. 

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Shawna Cartwright

Over the past year, I have been more engaged than ever.  In April, Ryder hosted ITWomen for a professional development event entitled, “Agile Transformation in the Enterprise.”  I spoke together with industry peers and top-rated Agile coaches, giving insights into Ryder’s journey and lessons learned during our transformation.

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Aaminah Hussain

I attended an ITWomen field trip to World Fuel Services last year. World Fuel prepared an entire day of presentations from a multitude of roles within the company, even including a kickoff from their CIO. 

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Future Forward Scholarship Drive

  • Help break barriers for girls pursuing dreams for Tech & Engineering degrees.

Thank you for supporting ITWomen scholarships and programs
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Fiolina Burnett  *   Soraya Moreno   *     Lee Mozes   *   Claire Marrero   *   Sharon Moura   *   Ross Adickman    *    Catherine Benway   *    Beth Morgan    *   Jo Moskowitz   *   Lindsay Kaiser   *   Anonymous   *   Victoria Usherenko   *   Aimee DeSatnick   *  Margaret Brisbane   *   Raj Rawal   *  Christine Zambrano

  • Akamai ITWomen Charitable Foundation Grant Partner
  • Ryder Systems Charitable Foundation ITWomen Grant Partner 2020

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