CGTrader is the largest 3D model marketplace backed by the strong designer community of more than 1.2M members. CGTrader was founded with the goal to ensure fair marketplace conditions for 3D designers.
Every year CGTrader challenges students to dig into the field of technology by writing an essay on how innovative technologies are transforming our lives.
Enter the CGTrader Scholarship 2018 challenge to win $3,000 for your education expenses. The best submission will be awarded $2,000 while the two runners-up will receive $500 each.
Change The Game is Google Play’s program to support women in mobile gaming, with a mission to make the industry truly for everyone by empowering women as players and creators. Although half of mobile game players are women, our research has shown that women feel like most mobile games aren’t relevant to them, while only 27.8% of the gaming industry identifies female.
Carroll College is in Montana, but the scholarship goes to any Affiliate winner or National winner or honorable mention;
Scholarship described at https://www.carroll.edu/scholarships-aid/scholarships-new-students
"Recipients of the NCWIT Award for Aspirations in Computing are eligible for a $1,000 one-time scholarship from Carroll College. Student must be accepted to Carroll and major in Computer Science or Computer Information Systems."
Code.Chi is a conference specifically targeted toward high school girls interested in tech. We will have wonderful speakers & panelists and some fascinating workshops. This is a great opportunity to meet and hear from women from all areas of tech and explore careers and current topics in CS!
(adult chaperones required)
SPLASH is an online introductory secure programming logic course offered by Towson University that prepares girls to begin programming in any language. High school students who successfully complete the course earn four college course credits.
There are 350 Scholarships available which include a ticket to WWDC18, free lodging and a free year of membership in the Apple Developer Program.
The Women in Computer Science (WiCS) program is a weeklong residential program aimed at providing high school women with a broad overview of the computing field. Students experience a variety of areas within computing science through activities and guest lectures. Example topics covered include robotics, security, data science and virtual reality. Through web interviews, students have an opportunity to interact with alumnae from across the country to learn about various career opportunities. This is a scholarship-based program.