WITty sisters

WITty Sisters mentoring program receives seed fund grant

The College of Technology’s Women in Technology (WIT) student organization got a little bit of help in their efforts to recruit and retain the next generation of female leaders in technology, thanks to a $750 grant from the National Center for Women & Information Technology.

WIT was awarded the 2013 Student Seed Fund grant, sponsored through a partnership between NCWIT Academic Alliance and Symantec, for their WITty Sisters mentoring program.

A helping hand

The circle of every technology student’s life could soon start and end as part of a mentoring experience.  Mentoring programs for organizations and departments within the college are helping first-year students with successful transitions to the rigors of college classes. And upperclassmen are benefitting from the experience along the way.

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