Become an AspireIT Partner Organization
Are you a professional looking to facilitate computing programs at the local level? Become an AspireIT Partner Organization. AspireIT Partner Organizations get to strengthen and build upon local connections in order to take part in creating a more diverse technology workforce by supporting future innovators today.
AspireIT Partner Organizations:
mentor young women to lead by sharing experience and expertise
oversee programs, particularly in safety and participant satisfaction
serve as a fiscal agent for AspireIT funds
What, exactly, are the responsibilities of an AspireIT Partner Organization? Review this page for a detailed description of the AspireIT Partner Organization role.
What benefits do AspireIT Partner Organizations receive from NCWIT?
an opportunity to apply for up to $3,000 in funding
research-based training and resources to create and implement a successful AspireIT program
marketing tools for recruitment
evaluation of participants’ experience
How to Become an AspireIT Partner Organization and Start a Program
First and foremost, AspireIT Partner Organizations must be an NCWIT Alliance member organization.
If you represent a college or university, search the Academic Alliance membership directory. If your institution is listed, then it is an NCWIT Alliance member.
If you represent a national youth-serving organization or school for K-12 girls, search the K-12 Alliance membership directory. If your institution is listed, then it is an NCWIT Alliance member.
If you represent an organization or school serving a local or regional audience of girls in grades K through 12, search the K-12 Alliance Associate membership directory to see if your institute is listed. If your institution is listed, then it is an NCWIT Alliance Associate member.
NCWIT Alliance members and Alliance Associate members can start right away with the AspireIT Toolkit! It has everything needed for potential Partner Organizations, including all of the steps for establishing a team, applying for funding, and implementing the program. Click below for toolkit access.