Saint Louis University will offer $500 scholarships for the Aspiration Award winners from the Missouri/Illinois affiliate enrolling in a degree program offered through Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology.
Saint Louis University will offer $500 scholarships for the Aspiration Award winners from the Missouri/Illinois affiliate enrolling in a degree program offered through the College of Arts and Sciences.
For the 7th year running, Intel will host “A Day @Intel”. This field trip is a day-long field trip for young women grades 8–12 who are interested in finding out more about STEM careers. Continental breakfast, lunch and light refreshments will be provided.
Going to Grace Hopper this year? Want a discount on your student registration? Use code "ncwit2014abi" and you'll get 15% off! Remember to register early, rates go up as it gets closer to the conference!
NCWIT will be there again this year with a lounge and we'll be having the annual AiC dinner, so come join us!!
The University of Connecticut School of Business will provide a scholarship between $250-$500 during the 2nd semester of freshmen year to NCWIT Aspirations in Computing winners and runners up who meet the following criteria:
Attending the UConn School of Business in one of the following majors:
- Management Information Systems (MIS)
- Management & Engineering for Manufacturing (MEM)
- Business Data Analytics (BDA)
The scholarship may also be renewed in subsequent years.
In support of women engaging in the field of Information Technology, the University of Saint Joseph is proud to offer scholarships to students who enroll at USJ and have won, or were considered runners-up in all regions for the Award for Aspirations in Computing presented by NCWIT.
My name is Gili Rusak and I am a NCWIT New York: Upstate New York Community member. I am an Upstate New York winner and a National in Computing Runner Up. I am a student and I will be spending the summer in an internship in the CS department in Stanford. I am very excited! Since I am only 17 the university does not provide dorms for me. I would like to ask maybe your NCWIT network may help me. Maybe one of the girls can host me in her house or have a room for rent? Of course I can pay whatever is needed. Do you have any advice for me regarding housing in the Palo Alto area?