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MagnetMedia

MagnetMedia

Magnet Media is the market leader in providing content solutions for brands.  We produce video and social programs for our clients and strategically deploy them to engage audiences. We specialize in telling the brand's story by producing and syndicating compelling video and interactive content, using social platforms to help brands share their story, reach and engage their target audiences, and ultimately drive actions that deliver on business results. Our strategic and creative capabilities have kept us at the forefront of digital media for 12 years, working side by side with the biggest brands in the world, helping them derive true business value from content solutions. Our clients include Google, NBC, DreamWorks Animation, Amazon, Xbox, Showtime, Microsoft, ABC, The Associated Press and many other world class brands.

Marquette University

Marquette University

Electrical and Computer Engineers tackle the world’s biggest problems – renewable energy, global communications, public security, human health and welfare – through expertise in technology and innovation.

Electrical and Computer Engineering are involved in virtually every problem our nation and world faces.  A degree from the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Marquette University will prepare you for a rewarding career where you can really help people and make a difference. Because of the need for these skills, Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering are consistently among the most sought-after degrees by employers.

Undergraduate and graduate programs in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering provide a state-of-the-art technical education in electrical and computer engineering, with the distinctive character of Marquette University.

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  • Michelle Webber

Massachusetts Academy of Sciences

At the MAS, we are passionate about making science tangible and exciting to everyone!  We search for and facilitate innovative partnerships between science industries, research institutions, science teachers, college students, and the general public; creating dynamic activities and communities that mutually satisfy the common goals of all our partners.  We combine our powerful resources of pedagogy and STEM field experts to create dynamic educational campaigns.  These campaigns put a “face” to the science that affects everyday lives, and serves up science to the public — making them want to come back for more!  

What is the ultimate goal?  By satisfying our objectives to improve STEM education and STEM workforce development, we satisfy our over-arching goal, which is to increase civic science literacy.  When Massachusetts residents are empowered with scientific knowledge, their decision-making is well informed, their voices are strong, and their communities are recognized; they have a direct hand in how science affects their daily lives.

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Massachusetts Bay Community College

Massachusetts Bay Community College fosters educational excellence and student success, prepares students for local and global citizenship, anticipates and responds to the needs of surrounding communities, and contributes to evolving regional economic development.

The Computer Science Program is designed to prepare students for employment in the computer information industry or to transfer and pursue a baccalaureate degree in computer information or any related field. Computer courses give students a sound background in computer programming, data modeling and database design, computer networks, web design and development, accounting, and financial skills.

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)

The primary mission of the department is the education of its students. Its three undergraduate programs traditionally have attracted over 30% of all MIT undergraduates, and its doctoral programs are highly ranked and selective. A leader in cooperative education, the department has operated the highly successful VI-A Internship Program since 1917. The MIT Women's Technology Program (WTP) is a four-week summer academic and residential experience where female high school students explore engineering through hands-on classes, labs, and team-based projects in the summer after 11th grade. Our goal: to spark high school girls' interest in future study of engineering and computer science.

Medium

Medium

Medium is a new place on the Internet where people share ideas and stories that are longer than 140 characters and not just for friends. It’s designed for little stories that make your day better and manifestos that change the world. It’s used by everyone from professional journalists to amateur cooks. It’s simple, beautiful, collaborative, and it helps you find the right audience for whatever you have to say.

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Memeo

Memeo, Inc. is a Silicon Valley based software and services company focused on providing secure data management service to small and medium businesses. Memeo helps SMBs take on the challenges and risks associated with rogue personal file sharing accounts plaguing IT in today's mobile business world by delivering Memeo C1, a sync and file sharing solution that incorporate strong security features. Memeo has 22 million customers and has shipped over 65 million software licenses to more that 150 countries in 20 languages.

MentorNet

MentorNet, a division of Great Minds in STEM, connects STEM students from freshman year through the doctoral level with mentors working in a variety of STEM fields. Any STEM student in an accredited institution of higher education in the U.S. and professionals with STEM degrees may join our new open social network for mentoring at http://www.mentornet.org/join. More than 60% of MentorNet mentees are women and more than 30% are pursuing degrees in computing. We welcome mentors from any and all of NCWIT's partners.

  • Mary Fernandez
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Merck

Merck's products cover a broad range of areas, including heart and respiratory health, infectious diseases, sun care and women's health. And they focus their research on conditions that affect millions of people around the world - diseases like Alzheimer's, diabetes and cancer - while building strengths in new areas like biologics. While they work to develop innovative therapies, they also work hard to make sure they're affordable. Merck sponsors NCWIT's Counselors for Computing (C4C) program.

  • Michelle C. D'Alessandro

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