Join us for a gathering of Aspirations alumnae and NCWIT staff. We'll share food, stories and fun! Chara is a Mediterranean restaurant with Greek and Turkish influences, so come hungry. Chara is located about five minutes from the Oak Park station on the Green Line and is on the 309, 311 and 313 bus routes. There is street parking for those of you willing and able to drive.
WHAT IS APPLE WOMEN’S HEALTH STUDY?
In the first study of its kind, the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health has teamed up with Apple and the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) to gain a deeper understanding of how certain demographic and lifestyle factors could have an impact on periods and gynecologic conditions including infertility, menopause, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).
YOU CAN PARTICIPATE IN OUR STUDY IF:
• You have had periods at least once in your life.
Our Summer Immersion Program is a free 7-week introductory computer science program for 10th-11th grade girls going into their junior or senior year of high school. During the 7-week program, participants learn about computer science, gain exposure to tech jobs, and join a sisterhood of girls who are using computer science to become change-makers.
-No prior experience in computer science is necessary to apply.
The University of Houston-Downtown (UHD), the Scholars Academy (SA), an academic unit within the College of Sciences and Technology, and Executive Director of the SA program is pleased to offer qualifying STEM majors attending UHD a $1500 -$3000 renewable tuition scholarship to UHD and the Scholars Academy.
To be eligible for and to receive this scholarship the following qualifications must be fully and completely met:
Be admitted to UHD with a minimal 3.0 grade point average and an SAT of 1,040 (with minimal 500 math/500 verbal designations),
The Computer Science & Engineering Department at the University of North Texas provides one-time scholarships of $2,000 to a limited number of NCWIT Aspirations in Computing Winners and one-time scholarships of $1,000 to a limited number of Honorable Mention recipients.
Black Women in Computing (BWiC) is proud to host an exciting game development workshop for Orlando teens sponsored by Microsoft! In the spirit of the Tapia Celebration of Diversity in Computing, BWiC offers this workshop to students (boys and girls) ages 13 ‐ 18 who are Florida residents. Priority will be given to historically underrepresented groups in computing (African American, Hispanic, and Native American) however, all students are welcome to apply. Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided.