Early STEM Outreach and Support

Pursuing Creativity in Technology

Thought Leaders - Inclusive Innovation

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

ITWomen’s “Hidden Figures” – 2017 Looking Back and Ahead

President's Message Since our inception in 2002, ITWomen has been on a mission to Advance Women across Technology. Today, we are even more committed to moving that diversity dial, one man, woman and child at a time 🙂   So as we look to amplify our impact in...

STEM Breakfast Volunteers Needed!

On March 8 from 10 to 11:30 AM at Azalea Middle School, there will be a STEM breakfast and volunteers are needed!  Please contact HEERENE@pcsb.org for more details and to volunteer!

Desiree O’Connor 2016 ITWomen Scholarship Winner

The video interviews for the 2016 scholarship winners are in. Hear Desiree O'Connor of Coral Springs on her goals, motivations and the ways she has given back to younger girls. A graduate of Blanche Ely High School, Desiree is majoring in Civil Engineering...

read more

World Fuel Field Trip Immerses Girls in IT Futures

World Fuel Services in Miami opened its doors to girls from Miami Lakes Education Center for an in-depth field trip Feb 15 as part of ITWomen's Role Models Speaker program.  "All of the wonderful speakers gave their unique, and sometimes unconventional,...

Make a Difference Every Day . . .

Count the Ways To #BeBoldForChange

ITWomen Scholarships for Technology & Engineering

florida_map-transHelp 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.

$560,000 in College Scholarships to Date

Sponsors for 2016 ITWomen Scholarship Fundraiser