New Mexico: Southern New Mexico
The Southern New Mexico Affiliate (SNMA) is honored to host the Award Ceremony for Aspirations in Computing. The Award Ceremony will be held on April 26, 2019 from 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm at Domenici Hall on the campus of New Mexico State University. For more information contact Mari Langford (575) 646-1901, mlangfor[@]nmsu.edu.
Congratulations to our Award Winners and Honorable Mentions
Abril Arias - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Chaeley Boykin - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Angel Carlin - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Jade Collins - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Kiara Gonzalez - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Ruby Hollomon - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Emma Jackson - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Morgan Knight- Local Affiliate Award Winner
Ayanna Leal - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Rigel Liefeld - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Tiffany Monarco - Local Affiliate Award Winner
Ruby Herrera - Local Affiliate Honorable Mention
Ella Hutchinson - Local Affiliate Honorable Mention
Congratulations to our Educator Award Winners
Saul Nunez - Local Affiliate Honorable Mention, Santa Teresa High School
Schools Represented this Year
Onate High School
Our region has some of the best and brightest young women in the country, and we are proud to celebrate with you! As we enter into our third Affiliate year, we want to celebrate as many young women in computing and IT as possible.
Award recipients will be selected for your aptitude and interest in IT and computing, solid leadership ability, good academic history, and plans for post-secondary education.
In a global economy, gender diversity in computing and IT means a larger and more competitive workforce; in a world dependent on innovation, it means the ability to design programs and technology that are as broad and creative as the people it serves. We and our partners believe that diversity in innovation benefits all and are committed to doing our part to encourage all young women in our area to choose careers in computing and IT.
By generating visibility for capable technical young women, the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing encourages their continued interest in computing, attracts the attention and support of educational and corporate institutions, and emphasizes at a personal level the importance of women's participation in computing.
Representatives from the NMSU Department of Computer Science, the Young Women in Computing program, and the Center for Smart Grid Technologies will serve as the organizing committee. If you have any questions, would like us to visit your school, need flyers or informational brochures, don't hesitate to reach out and let us know. (575) 646-1901, mlangfor[@]nmsu.edu.