Outreach program seeks to bridge gender gap in tech

08/27/2013 | District Administration magazine

AspireIT -- a program launched by nonprofit National Center for Women & Information Technology -- is seeking to spark an interest in technology among middle-school girls. The program connects middle-school girls with female college and high-school students who can teach them about computing. Ruthe Farmer, director of strategic initiatives, says high-schoolers and college students are accessible role models.

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