AiC Community

NCWIT Aspirations in Computing (AiC) provides technical girls and women with ongoing engagement, visibility, and encouragement for their computing-related interests and achievements from high school through college and into the workforce. AiC Community members are supported by their peers, volunteers, and NCWIT Alliance member organizations who offer exclusive access to scholarships, internships, and professional work. Community members also give back to others by planning and leading computing experiences for middle school girls and high school women. These opportunities allow women of the Community to strengthen their leadership, technical, and entrepreneurial skills, further preparing and motivating them to participate in the computing workforce. To date, there are nearly 10,000 women in the AiC Community.


Ways to engage with AiC Community members:

  1. Outreach - Our members can assist with application outreach efforts in the following ways:

    1. Help plan or host an event or meetup

    2. Share materials at an existing event

      1. Many of our members have their own non-profits, attend/host regional conferences, and are in the workforce. They can be great advocates for spreading the word about all 3 awards

    3. Reach out to contacts at their high school or college

  2. At the Event - Our members can assist on the day of your event in the following ways:

    1. Participate as a speaker for your award event

    2. Greet attendees at the door

    3. Facilitate the networking portion of your event

    4. Run a technical activity

    5. Give a tour

  3. Overall - AiC Community members can

    1. Serve on your committee

    2. Review applications

    3. Reach out to applicants to answer questions

    4. Host a Q&A for prospective applicants


Email with your questions and ideas regarding working with AiC Community Members