Despite the challenges presented by 2020, I am delighted to share that ITWomen’s board, volunteers and corporate partners came together to support each other and continued to make an impact  in our community at a time when we needed each other like never before.  And like the rest of the world, we quickly pivoted to…

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Congratulations!!! Graduation day for girls in Session 1 of ITWomen Coding and Robotics Summer Camp at Northeast High School. ITWomen president Claire Marrero lets the girls know about all the opportunities waiting for them with a career in technology. Session 1 of the 2017 ITWomen Coding and Robotics Summer Camp ended Thursday June 15. Session…

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THE ADVENTURES OF WOMEN IN TECH – PRESS RELEASE SAN FRANCISCO – Google’s Alana Karen Debuts Action-forward, Daring Book on “The ‘Adventures of Women in Tech” A twenty-year tech leader, Alana Karen brilliantly and systematically replaces what we think we know about women in tech with more than eighty women’s stories of what it’s honestly…

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Alana Karen, Adventures of Women in Tech author, conversations with ITWomen president Claire Marrero

REGISTER NOW:https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN__7UEPedlSf-XKlUOTSGidw Join ITWomen for a conversation with Silicon Valley & Google veteran Alana Karen as we discuss her new book; “The Adventures of Women In Tech: How We Got Here and Why We Stay” The book draws from her own journey and the stories of dozens of other women who share honest perspectives on…

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I’m going to start this by saying that pursuing a degree in IT or engineering is hard. If you find your grades slipping, take a deep breath and give yourself a break. You are not the only person that is struggling. You are doing everything you can in the moment. Just because something is hard…

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Ed. Note: Jade Minkoff is an ITWomen summer intern and 2019 ITWomen scholarship recipient who is pursuing an Electrical Engineering degree from the University of Southern California. Jade served as the lead camp counselor for our virtual coding camps for girls this summer, and our 2019 in-classroom coding and robotics camps. Here’s her takeaway from…

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Your support for ITWomen scholarships truly makes difference in giving young women an opportunity to freely pursue their dreams for a future in tech. I’m excited to share summer updates from some of our current scholarship recipients: Jade, Ashley, Vanessa, Annie, Myah, Sara, Maria and Aranique. Their internships or summer employment include ITWomen, as well as Amazon, E&J…

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ITWomen’s first 2020 Virtual Summer Camp for girls wrapped with a colorful stream of website projects that the girls created using Javascript, HTML, CSS, photo editing and animation skills covered in the previous 9 days. The camp was so popular and the waiting list so long that ITWomen has arranged for a second camp to…

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It is with great pleasure that I announce ITWomen’s 2020 Scholarship winners! Ten young women were selected from an outstanding field of applicants, and we celebrated their accomplishments and dreams at a virtual awards ceremony on May 28. We are delighted to be able to support these young ladies: Andrea Hernandez     Miami Lakes Educational…

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