ITWomen has awarded scholarships to 116 girls to pursue Engineering and IT STEM degrees at colleges throughout the U.S.

ITWomen Role Model Speakers Program

ITWomen Role Model Speakers share their experiences to encourage girls in middle school and high school to pursue Technology and Engineering. Once empowered with the knowledge of opportunities offered through Technology and Engineering careers, students can set goals for college degrees and corporate internships in a supportive network.

Who Are the Role Models?

The Role Model Speakers are ITWomen members and/or constituents – You! Sharing your expertise and experience with local middle school and high school students who are considering or are being introduced to IT careers is a great way to personally make a difference and to support ITWomen. You can volunteer as much or a little time as you are available. You will make a difference in a girl’s life with just one Role Model Session – it is contagious and you will want to be involved!

How Does the RMS Program Work?

For each partner there is a Role Model Speakers session once every three months. Each session is about an hour long. The sessions may be on the school site, our Partner’s facility, or conducted through video conferencing. The topics are usually chosen by the students and can vary from Careers in Technology, How to use technology, to Resume writing and Interviewing skills specific to the Technology Industry. There is an evaluation conducted at the end of each session. This assists us in delivering the best program possible for the students.

ITWomen Partners

ITWomen is able to reach our target audience through Partnerships forged with nonprofit organizations who serve young women between the ages of 8-18. The majority of our female students come from inner-city homes and schools.

Become an ITWomen Role Model


For available Role Model Speaker opportunities, contact ITWomen.

Contact Us to Be a Role Model : Please include your job title, company, contact phone and best time to be reached.


South Florida


Northeast HS, Grades 9-12, Alternative Energy & BioTechnology Magnet

Rickards Middle School, Grades 6-8, Feeder school to Northeast HS

South Broward HS, Grades 9-12,-Marine Magnet

New River Middle School, Grades 6-8, Feeder School to South Broward HS
Pompano Beach HS, Grades 9-12, all-magnet, specializing in International Affairs with Information Technology and Game/ Simulation/ Animation Programming

Atlantic Technical HS, Grades 11, 12+, IT industry certifications

Deerfield Beach HS, Grades 9-12, Communications magnet, International Baccalaureate Program

Parkway Middle School of the Arts, Grades 3-8, STEAM magnet, Gifted Student CITI (Center for Intellectually Talented Youth) magnet, Performing & Visual Arts magnet

PACE Center for Girls, Broward, /Grades 6-12


Girls Coalition

Hialeah HS

Miami Lakes HS

Miami Sunset HS

PACE Center for Girls, Miami

Tampa Bay Area

Middleton High School

Belle Witter Elementary School

Dunbar Elementary Magnet School

Symmes Elementary School

Tampa Bay Technical High School

Rodgers Middle School

Forest Hills Elementary School

Sligh Middle Magnet School

McLane Middle School

Ferrell Girls Preparatory Academy

B.T. Washington Elementary School

Greco Middle School STEM Academy

Midtown Academy

Girls Inc of Pinellas

Palm River Elementary

Ferrell Middle School