Scholarships for Women in IT & Engineering

Early STEM Outreach and Support

Thought Leaders - Inclusive Innovation

Pursuing Creativity in Technology

ITWomen - Women working across technology

Supporting More Girls and Women in IT and Engineering

ITWomen provides a supportive network of education, scholarships and professional development to increase the numbers of women in IT and Engineering


Role Model Speakers reach girls in middle school and up. Be the spark that could change a life.


Help more girls realize a future in IT and engineering and change the world.


Keep growing and leading with multi-generational support and professional development.

Video Captures Memorable Day for Scholarship Winners

Catch ITWomen’s brand new video!  The 2016 winners of ITWomen’s annual scholarships gathered this summer to be interviewed on camera at Citrix headquarters about their goals, accomplishments and what they love about technology. ITWomen member Madisen...

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ITWomen Congressional Tribute

Thank you so much U.S. Rep. David W. Jolly for the tribute to our after-school program in Pinellas County!  We hope to spread the joy of learning about technology to all girls, and encourage them to pursue their passions! Excerpt from Rep. Jolly’s letter:...

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“I promise you will be surprised at the number of opportunities open to you in technology.”

Madisen Farley

User Experience (UX) Analyst, Citrix intern , Madisen was inspired to pursue a career in IT during an ITWomen Field Trip at Citrix during high school. She is now a Citrix intern and is giving back as an ITWomen Role Model speaker and social media and multimedia project leader.

Over $500,000 in Scholarships Raised to Date

florida_map-transITWomen helps young women from South Florida high schools pursue STEM degrees for careers in Technology and Engineering. Our scholarship winners are studying or have graduated from universities throughout Florida and beyond, including: Embry Riddle, FAU, FIT, FIU, FSU, Miami-Dade, Nova, UCF, UF, USF, UM, Harvard, MIT, Mount Holyoke, Northeastern, Stanford, University of Tennessee, Penn State, Princeton, Purdue, Tuskegee and more.